Include Instrumentation to concentrate – no. 6 by BlackJack – function demands – Roon laboratories Community

It is actually practical to own Instrumentation as a Focus requirements for classical records and compositions

Albums don’t have instrumentation data – just Compositions do have it (possibly).

Instrumental Focus is invaluable. Other people own it. @BlackJack perhaps not certain this remark does work. You could of course tag them properly if you look for Pianists. Same with violinists, Tenors, Lutenists, Guitar Players.

Have a look at Primephonic. A section is had by them where you are able to search records by tool. When you have an Album containing a pianist and a violinist, that Album would just arrive on both with this search that is intrumental.

Sorry but this is the Roon forum. I don’t look at Primephonic, I look at Roon. You can see that there is no Instrumentation.(* if you look at albums in Roon,) bbrip:

I’ve my audiocollection in Roon.
Not long ago I decided for Primesonic.
Now i do want to incorporate Primesonic in Roon.
Please let me know you you have this API quickly.

I’m perhaps not unacquainted with other programs products.

BlackJack:

Just if you know all an example of a little more structuring that is meaningful of “Keyboard” Genre/Instrumentation

Klaus_Kammerer1:

Maybe that adds towards the confusion of users. In my opinion attributes like “Form” and “Instrumentation” is just on structure degree. Roon has those characteristics in its information model currently, albeit not totally all of those are centered on. Never ever comprehended why. I personally use just traditional as Genre in my own file tags and attempt to place the remainder in Form and Period. I’ve a lot of boxsets who does have a” that is“genre too long…

“Duplicating” this info as Genre is in my viewpoint a mistake. It is a mix of real Genres, Instrumentations and Periods

Tocata and Fugue, for Organ in D Minor, BWV 565 j37 that are(BC; Period: Baroque, Form: Toccata, Instrumentation: Solo Keyboard; Performed by Vanessa Mae and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on “The Violin Player”; Genre: Classical Crossover and never Keyboard as suggested by the compositions instrumentation.:upside_down_face: BlackJack:

Tocata and Fugue, for Organ in D Minor, BWV 565 (BC J37); Period: Baroque, Form: Toccata, Instrumentation: Solo Keyboard; Performed by Vanessa Mae and also the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on “The Violin Player”; Genre: Classical Crossover and never Organ or Keyboard,

Another perfect example for perhaps not utilizing “keyboard” genre for my records

Now We have a list that is perfectly clean only organ related Albums and Organists: bbrip:And as Roon has been knowing about this for years, what are they doing to mitigate the problem?What problem? The Composition was

the Genre Classical Crossover”. It was an example to show that Genres are not the same as Instrumentation, even if sometimes equally named. One is about the Composition as such, the other about a performance that is specific

BlackJack:

Roon utilizes the metadata given by other people. They composed the mess to begin with, to express therefore.

i’m with this in an even more way that is general. There is much more at odds than just that one work

Its never as if there are not any alternatives / options.

Its never as if there are not any alternatives / options.

^ not love that is much that one to date. ^

Hello all. Provided the paucity of reaction, I’m now convinced the features I became seem that is seeking–which apparent tiny extensions of present functionality–do perhaps not occur. Consequently, I’m moving the post to “Feature requests”. The target is much better navigation, particularly for traditional music. I’ll focus on a (new) summary, then keep the first post intact for help.

Include a filterable “Performer” field into the “Compositions” see so that, when I’ve discovered the structure I’m finding, i could fil…

Another real question is, as @bbrip had written whether Valence uses Genre or Composition information to supply „Top performers“…

Klaus_Kammerer1::wink:

Another concern is, as @bbrip had written whether Valence uses Genre or Composition information to supply „Top performers“…

Now we’re heading means *)sorry that is off-topic. Sir @BlackJack it is really all about matching expectations. Roon being on an endless-bragg about how glorious and great their traditional Music Abilities are simply don’t match with truth.

If they’d realistically explain their skillset of this type, saying, ok our computer software works ideal for pop music, stone jazz etc. and now we are supporting many features to greatly help music that is classical, but you’ll have to learn some circus pony tricks to make it all reasonably work and get something meaningful out of it. We are (*)not(*) planning to put any resources that are great that niche. Well, then i will be quite okay with that and that can re-balance my expectation set.(*)

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