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Anison is a japanese '''Ani'''me '''Son'''gDB AniDB wants you to use when adding Songs or Collections.
==Where do I find Anison?==
The [ Original Page] is a bit messy and makes people who aren't familiar with Japanese click around quite a lot before finding this [ about.html page], which is the one we "offer" on the add templates.  
==I have no idea what the page tells me...==
That's no problem because that's what this pretty wiki page is here for. To explain to you - the willing user - how to use Anison with its features you may not know of.
| OP
| オープニング
| Oopeningu Oopuningu / Opening
| Opening
| marked song's been an opening song
| IN
| 挿入歌
| Sounyuu Utauta / Sounyuuka
| Insert Song
| marked song's been played in an Anime at some point as an insert song
| IM
| イメージソング
| Imeeji Songu songu / Image Songsong
| Image Song
| marked song's been written for the Anime / with the Anime in mind and didn't actually show up in the Anime (!!rare cases say different!!)
| TM
| テーマソング(OP,ED分類が不明の時等に使用)
| Teema Songu songu / Theme Song song (OP, ED Bunrui bunrui ga Fumei fumei no Tokira tokira ni Shiyoushiyou)
| Theme Song (OP, ED Category gets used sometimes)
| A theme song is either a repeated theme for a character or for the Anime itself but can also be the opening or ending song of a movie (and gets just called Theme Song).
| AR
| アレンジ曲・カバー曲など
| Arenji / Arranged Kiyoku kyoku - Kabaa / Cover Kiyoku Nadokyoku nado
| Arranged Piece of Music / Cover Piece of Music and similiar
| marked song's instrumental or a cover of another song
| CF
| 番組関連のCMで使用された曲
| Bangumi Kanren kanren no CM de Shiyousareta Kiyokushiyousareta kyoku
| Piece of Music that's used in TV related Commercials
| -
| GE
| 一般曲(アニメ系タイアップのない曲)
| Ippan Kiyoku kyoku (Anime Kei Taiappu kei taiappu / Type tie-up no nai Kiyokukyoku)| normal/ordinary piece of music (they type that's not been used with an Anime relation)no direct ties to any anime entries
| marked song hasn't been used for an Anime (but is still listed in Anison)
| KK
| 番組摘要の企画ものと同一の意味<br>同名の番組が存在し、企画物の曲がある場合、OP/ED分類でKKとし、番組を増やさずに対応している事もあります
| Bangumi Tekiyou tekiyou no Kikakumono kikakumono to Douitsu douitsu no Imi imi - Doumyou no Bangumi bangumi ga Sonzaishisonzaishi, Kikakumono kikakumono no Kiyoku kyoku ga Aru Baaiaru baai, OP/ED Bunrui bunrui de KK Toshitoshi, Bangumi bangumi o Zouya Sazuni Taioushiteiru Koto fuyasazu ni taioushiteiru koto mo Arimasuarimasu
...means Piece of Music. This field is helpful when you know the name of the song already in its Kanji/Kana form.
=====人物 (Jinbutsu)...===== a field where you can insert a person's name that worked on the song of your choice. It can be a lyricist, an arranger, the performing band, the singer/songstress aso. Use this field when you don't know the song's name nor the Anime it belongs to, but the Performer.
=====音源 (Ongen)...=====
...translates to "Sound Source" and means can be the name of the Collection (Single, Album) your song is onor its Catalog Number. 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|Nearly all columns are sortable, just click on them to find out}}
=====Results for 作品=====
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)- TV anime* オリジナルビデオアニメーション (Original Video Animation) - OVA* 劇場用アニメーション (Theater Animation)- Movie
* ゲーム (Game)
* ラジオ (Radio)
-- Now just click on the correct link and you will be sent to Anison's Anime Page --
=====Results for 曲=====
This time we insert the song's name "*~アスタリスク~" in the search field and get a table with this time five columns:
Whenever you clicked before on your desired link, you landed on another different page, which was more specific for your needs. But the language still didn't change...
====Anime Page====
[[Image:Anison anime page (bleach).png]]<br>
The first two tables are uninteresting. The first tells you the series name, the second one informs about airing. For OVAs it would inform you about the release date of the DVDs.
This page is the most important page for people that want to add whole collections.<br>
The page lists at first the collection's name, though it's not always being used as a whole!
{{Eyecatch|1|Hint 7|Anison likes to list "Collection Name/InterpretPerformer" - like in this case "Asterisk / Orange Range", of course only the first part is needed when adding collections to AniDB.}}
What follows is a one-line-table. The reddish fields are the contents, the yellow ones the information. In our example it's like this:
As an extra Anison links to the website's specific collection entry. Here you can find for example a better picture for the upload and the complete tracklist (in 99% of the cases).<br>
For our case it shows you that there's indeed a 4th track, that's not listed on Anison: <br>
4. *~アスタリスク~(ロマンティックVer.) --> Asterisk (Romantic Version). So never trust Anison that it lists all songs and better check other (valid!!) sources, as we of course want only complete collections added.
====People/Band/Performer Pages====
[[Image:Anison performer page (orange range).png]]<br>This page is important for "virtual Bands" such as [ Momotsuki Gakuen 1 Nen C Gumi] or [ Zetsubou Shoujo-tachi] that consists of characters. It will show you who's part of the group and who's behind it.<be>For normal bands it shows you at first the members in the 固有情報 (Specific Information) Box with their function in the band. The contents of the table are:* 担当 ("in charge of: / responsible for:")* 曲名 (name of the piece of music)* ジャンル (Genre)* 作品名 (name of the work it appears in)* OP/ED That means - for the first row: Orange Range were the Performers (担当) of Asterisk (曲名) for the TV (ジャンル) (Anime) Bleach (作品名), which has been used as Opening 1 (OP/ED). So this page can take you either to the song's or the Anime's page.==Help! The link in the Linkbar always stays the same?!==Yes it does, but to get the specific link there are three "tricks":* You right-click on the link you need and choose "Copy Link Location"* You click on the link, hold it and put it into the destination field vie drag and drop* You simply open the link in a new tab via 'middle click' or 'Open Link in New Tab" at the earliest possible time (for example after the search results). From here on the linkbar will always change according to the page you are on.


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