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...translates to "Sound Source" and means the name of the Collection (Single, Album) your song is on. Use this field when you try to find a Soundtrack entry for example, which you couldn't find yet with other methods.
{{Eyecatch|1|Hint 4|When the Collection you're looking for is a Soundtrack just put the Anime's Name in the search field. Anison will list you every Single/Album in its DB that has your search string as a part in its name.}}
====Results or "It seems Anison found something but I have no idea what the fields mean!?"====
If your search was successful Anison will you show you a little table with more than just one clickable field. Let's take [[ Asterisk]], one of [[ Bleach]]'s Opening Songs as a reference for explaining the different search results of each search method.
{{Eyecatch|1|Hint 5|All columns are sortable, just click on them}}
=====Results for 作品=====
As explained before, this field is used to search for the Anime. As a search string let's insert "Bleach". This will give us 18 results - one of them is our desired destination.<br>
There are three columns: ジャンル (Genre), 作品名 (Sakuhin'na - Production Name) and 放映年 (Houei Nen - Broadcasting Year). <br>
The Genre column gives you for example:
* テレビアニメーション (Television Animation)
* 劇場用アニメーション (Theater Animation)
* ゲーム (Game)
* ラジオ (Radio)
The Production Name column lists the original names.
The Broadcasting or Televising column shows the date the medium has been shown first.
=====Results for 曲=====
=====Results for 人物=====
=====Results for 音源=====


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