Sooloos Collections: Advanced Guide

Sooloos Collections:
Advanced Guide
Sooloo
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Contents
Introduction
n ..............................................................................................................................................................3
3
Organising aand Using a Sooloos
S
Colle
ection .............................................................................................................4
4
Working witth Sets.....................................................................................................................................................5
5
Organising through Nam
ming ....................................................................................................................................7
7
1
Album Detaiil .......................................................................................................................................................... 11
Finding Conttent ..................................................................................................................................................... 12
2
Explore ............................................................................................................................................................... 12
2
4
Search ................................................................................................................................................................ 14
6
Focus .................................................................................................................................................................. 16
9
Exploring through Foccus ................................................................................................................................... 19
1
Refining a View .................................................................................................................................................. 21
Playlists .................................................................................................................................................................. 24
4
5
Editing Album Metadataa....................................................................................................................................... 25
n the Touch Control
C
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5
Editing on
Editing Metadata in Control PC/M
MAC ............................................................................................................... 28
8
ontrol ........................................................................................................... 33
3
Bulk Data Editing on the Touch Co
d Edit Mode....................
.
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3
Select and
Forensic FFocus ................................................................................................................................................... 39
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Some Finer P
Points of Foccus .................................................................................................................................. 40
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Album Inffo ......................................................................................................................................................... 40
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Focus Loggic......................................................................................................................................................... 40
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Include/Exxclude Mustt/May have ..................................................................................................................... 40
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Genre ................................................................................................................................................................. 41
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2
Renaming Album Artist.......................................................................................................................................... 42
nts of Metada
ata ............................................................................................................... 44
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Appendix 1: The Elemen
urces of Mettadata ............................................................................................................................. 44
4
Useful sou
Duplicate Album Artissts .................................................................................................................................... 45
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Appendix 2: Managing a Collection ...................................................................................................................... 46
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Appendix 3: Storage .............................................................................................................................................. 48
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How much Storage? .......................................................................................................................................... 48
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Backup ............................................................................................................................................................... 49
Phone, Touch
h and iPad Coontrols .................................................................................... 49
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Appendix 4: Using the iP
Genres, Sub-ggenres and Styles ............................................................................................................ 62
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Appendix: G
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Introducction
This guide iss intended fo
or the seriouss Sooloos us er and for an
nyone involvved in preparring a complex or
challenging ccollection.
Although thee automated
d systems of metadata coollection are state-of-the
e-art, neverthheless to gett the
maximum beenefit, especcially for enthusiasts, stuudents, teach
hers, or for multi-user
m
or institutional
installations a degree of grooming, harmonising
h
or structurin
ng will alwayys be neededd.
ople we sugggest that an hour spent rreading this guide
g
can infform the appproach you will
w take to
To those peo
suit your neeeds.
Because many of the mo
ost demandin
ng collectionns we supporrt are of classical music aand because that genre iss
most difficultt to navigate,, the examplles in this guide tend to be
b in that ge nre.
one of the m
However Sooloos is also excellent when applied to advanced
d Jazz, World
d and New Agge collection
ns; the
concepts, to
ools and tech
hniques applyy equally.
In this guidee we also try to illustrate the strengthhs and weakn
nesses of the
e various conntrol clients and
particularly point out thiings to keep in mind if thhe goal is to navigate
n
the collection oon one of the
e mobile
controls.
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Organisiing and Using
U
a So
ooloos Co
ollection
The Meridiian Sooloos
music man
nagement
and serverr system is
highly rega
arded for its
intuitive an
nd
welcoming
g user
interface.
Unlike other music
servers, a Sooloos
S
system doees not slow
down as more
m
contentt
is added an
nd, in fact,
the larger the
collection the
t better it
will be beccause we can
n
form moree links
between th
he content.
On the other hand, no
collection is
i too small
and the sysstem works
beautifully with just a
handful of discs.
os Metadata
The Sooloo
service willl normally
provide eno
ough
information to allow an
n
average co
ollection to
be immedia
ately useful.
However so
ome
specialised
d or larger
collections can benefit
from groom
ming.
This page shows
s
two
larger colleections.
This documeent illustratees some of th
he unique annd powerful Sooloos
S
conccepts and tecchniques wh
hich are
worth underrstanding beefore either importing or refining a co
ollection. Cla
assical and otther specialised music
collections ccan need som
me thought; users have ddifferent requirements.
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Working
g with Setts
We can grou
up albums into sets exacttly analogou s to a CD boxed-set.
The screen
n shows
Page 1 of a Library
after we have
h
grouped
d
two album
m sets
(Albinoni Twelve
T
Concertos;; one by
Hogwood and the
other by Holliger).
H
Album setts show a
small icon in the top
left cornerr of the key
album.
If we selecct the
Hogwood by touching
the set covver then we
see the scrreen below.
On the right there are
two Tabs. ‘B
By this
Artist’ and ‘In this Set’.
Normally itt will come
up as show
wn.
To break th
he set apart,
press: X Rem
move for
one of the albums.
a
Another fun
nction is:
Make Key which
allows you to pick
which album
m’s cover is
shown at th
he top level
(normally [1
1 of n] but
there may be
b a reason
to select an
nother).1
Albums
A
in seets will be listed in alphab
betical orderr of Album Tiitle or numerric order in a multi-disc set.
1
A system resstart is necesssary before ch
hanges to albuum key are vissible.
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Here is anoth
her example
oof a Set. By touching
t
the
iicons on the right we can
n
qquickly view the Works
aand Tracks on
o each disc.
SSets can be used
u
to
ggroup boxed
d sets, but
aalso other tyypes of
ccollections.
H
Here we show a ‘Set’
ggrouping thrree different
vversions of th
he Album
BBeatles for Sale.
S
TThe set, whicch can be
rreviewed on the right,
ccontains the original UK
rrecording an
nd the Mono
aand Stereo re-masters.
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Organisiing throu
ugh Namiing
The Artist reenaming funcction can be used in two ways to chaange the appearance of tthe ‘sorted by artist’ view
w
2
in the Album
m Browser.
•
•
2
Changing, for exxample the artist name A
Alfred Brendeel to Brendel or Brendel, A
Alfred may make
m
the
um view morre intuitive to
o some userss.
albu
Alternatively wee can leave th
he Artist Nam
me alone bu
ut change the
eir Sort As poosition. Chan
nging the
sort for Brendel as shown be
elow will cauuse albums by
b this artist to
t be at ‘bree..’ in the alphabet.
Informativve Note: Renaming the Artist field willl not change
e the Artist in
n the Creditss section.
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The followin
ng series of screens illustrate possiblee organising options for a classical coollection.
w are
On the left we
looking at an
n ungroomed collection in
‘Albums Sorted by Artistt’
view.
There are seeven albums
by Dinu Lipa
atti, one of
which was isssued in
more than one
o
collection. Here
H
the
albums appeear in the
‘Di..’ region of the
alphabet.
The sort ord
der for this
artist can bee changed to
o
‘Lipatti, Dinu
u’. This
allows us to retain the
displayed na
ame ‘Dinu
Lipatti’ but to
t show him
at ‘Li..’ in thee alphabet.
This order also
a
determines the
t Explore
order (see la
ater).
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SSome users fiind it more
inntuitive to reefer to artistss
bby their last name.
n
In the
sscreen on thee left, we
hhave chosen to display
aand sort him as ‘Lipatti,
D
Dinu’.
N
Note that thee collection iss
aalso one step
p tidier in
th
that the seven discs have
bbeen formed into one set,
t,
re
reflecting thee owner’s
ccollection, preference or
pperspective.
TTo explore an
nd play
ccontents from
m this Set wee
ccan use the Album
A
View.
TTo play a Wo
ork, just
ttouch that arrea of the
sscreen.
TThe screen on
n the left
sshows how we
w can view
aat a glance:
• Albums in the Set
• Works on each
e
Disc
• Other information
((e.g. Review,, Credits,
TTags, Label, Date,
D
etc.)
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A
And we can quickly
review other Albums in
tthe same Se
et.
ee another
Below we se
vview of the Artist
A
Information
n.
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Album D
Detail
The examplee above illusttrates the ussefulness of tthe Album Detail
D
page.
On the rightt we have a complete
c
list of Albums bby the same Artist. In thiss case the Arrtist means the
t ‘Album
Artist’ who aappears at th
he top of thiss screen.
When settin
ng up a Librarry it is worth
h getting to kknow this feaature before deciding exaactly if/how to groom
the metadatta. In the abo
ove we can see
s that Leonnard Bernsteein is the ‘Arttist’, in this c ase the colle
ector
obviously prrefers ‘Condu
uctor’ (or in this
t case posssibly also ‘C
Composer’). Doing
D
so shoows us a full list of other
Albums wheere Bernstein
n is the condu
uctor. Howeever some co
ollectors mayy prefer to diistinguish between him
conducting tthe New Yorkk Philharmon
nic (as here) by editing the Album Arrtist to, e.g., ‘Bernstein / NYPO’. If
we did this tthen there would
w
be morre granularitty in the By This
T Artist section.
A more gran
nular approach may also combine Solloist / Condu
uctor / Orche
estra, e.g. Ucchida / Tate /ECO. On
the other haand some might prefer to
o organise thhe concerto Genre
G
hierarrchically as SSoloist, if nott Conductor,,
else Orchesttra (so in thee earlier exam
mple: ‘Mitsu ko Uchida’ only
o in the Arrtist positionn).
Editing Album Artist will have no imp
pact on the m
metadata in Credits wherre each persoon will be sep
parately
represented by role and vice-versa.
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Finding C
Content
Explore
The ‘Sort As’’ setting for Artists will also be refleccted when ussing the Explore functionn on screen or
o in either
Control:PC o
or the iPad or iPhone app
plication. Bellow we can see
s the Control screen w
while using Exxplore to
find Albums by Alfred Brrendel. More
e albums cann be seen using the scroll bars.
ples of exploring are give
en in the secttion later on iPad.
More examp
We can
n use the
Album Detail
D
view
to help us explore
recordin
ngs by an
Artist.
On the left we see a
CD of th
he
Beethovven Op.61
Violin Concerto
C
played by AnneSophie Mutter.
bum is part
This alb
of a sett.
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Press By This
Artistt
Now we
w see
album
ms in the
Librarry where she
is Albu
um Artist.
Any off these may
be exp
plored and
then played.
p
If we had
h changed
d
the Allbum Artist
name to, e.g.
‘Muttter / Karajan’
then we
w would
not so
o easily see
her in other
genrees or
perforrmances.
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Search
The touchscreen has a Search function which cann be used to identify Album Artists, A
Albums or Trracks which
contain the search stringg. The screen
n below show
ws the resultt of a search for “Coplandd”.
While below
w we can see the result of an Album-oonly search for
f the shortt string “Appaal”.
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If we select tthe second Album then we can see the Album De
etail screen shown
s
below
w:
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Focus
In addition tto the Explorre and Search functions, the collectio
on can be vie
ewed in a widde variety off ways using
the Focus feeature.
Focus allowss us to restrict the number of albumss shown on the
t screen acccording to a number of criteria.
A ‘Focus’ cou
mple as a Datte range3, a ssingle Genre or a combin
nation made up of these,, Genres,
uld be as sim
Composer n
names, Credits, Labels, Ta
ags and Mooods or even audio
a
Qualitty. For more detail on using Focus
see page 40.
mplex collection rely on t he database
e quality.
Focus is veryy powerful and the best results for a large or com
When we Fo
ocus the num
mber of Albums in immeddiate view is reduced to those
t
matchhing the chossen criteria.
This can be a very powerful way to zoom in on a small numb
ber of Albumss.
A Focus can be Saved an
nd Loaded later, but onlyy on the Touchscreen Con
ntrol.
m in a Saved
d Focus usingg the Contro l, Control:PC
C/Mac, iPad and
a iPhone/TTouch appliccations.
We can Swim
3
In the screen example above we see a problem in thhat the Date range is runnin
ng from 0. Noormally we sho
ould be
1
A zero raange-start maakes it hard to
o use the Releease Date slide
er. The zero
surprised to ssee any dates earlier than 1930.
has come from
m albums with incorrect orr corrupted reelease date infformation. It is
i straightforw
ward to Focus on these and
d
correct the Album data, po
ossibly with re
eference to th e information
n sources given on page 31..
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The screen aabove showss how a Focu
us on albumss released byy Chandos containing Chaamber Musicc will reduce
the albums d
displayed to 16 from 392
24.
The examplee above show
ws a ‘Focus’ on Albums isssued by BBC
C Music Mag
gazine. We caan see that there
t
are
232 discs in the focus an
nd the scroll buttons allow
w us to naviggate around the 13 screeens.
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w a Focus on all the Album
ms in the Library by Dinu Lipatti. Notee how we on
nly had to
The screens above show
r
The ne
ext step in seeeking a movvement playyed by him iss to touch the
e Set and
type in ‘lipa’’ to get this result.
then navigatte to an Albu
um (as shown
n earlier). Thhe combinatiion of Focus,, Touch and vvisual cues from the
album coverrs is rapid, intuitive and very
v
satisfacttory.
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Exploring
g through
h Focus
Serendipity ..
Our sttarting
positio
on is
listeniing to
Dvora
ak piano
quartet by the
mble
Ensem
‘Domu
us’.
This iss the Album
view and
a we can
see otther albums
record
ded by them
on thee right.
s
we
Let’s suppose
are veery struck by
the musicianship
m
of thee cellist.
Pressiing the
Creditt Tab allows
us to see
s that he
is Rich
hard Lester.
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Press on his name
and we
w get this
dialog
g.
w see a
Now we
Focus showing all
the allbums in the
Librarry on which
he pla
ayed.
We co
ould now go
on to explore
perforrmances by
the FllorestanTrio
(and discover
d
that they share
the piianist, Susan
Tomes).
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Refining a View
In this sequeence of screeens we show
w how Focus can refine a view into a collection.
c
Above we haave a Compo
oser Focus on Copland annd we see 44
4 albums from the collect
ction contain his works.
Below is a tigghter focus on
o Chamber Music compposed by Cop
pland. Picking the last albbum allows us,
u e.g. to
select a pian
no sonata.
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If we were in
nstead lookin
ng for String Quartets coomposed by Copland, the
en this Focuss shows we have
h
only
four albums to explore (or immediattely recognisse). Let’s pickk the album by
b Davies coontaining the
e Nonet.
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We can also Focus on sim
milar Albumss; in this casee the Focus will
w widen to
o all Albums oof the same Genre.
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Playlistss
We have sho
own how thee Sooloos sysstem can expplore, search
h and focus on
o content. W
When it comes to
playing, the system has a Play Queue which can be seen at any
a time by pressing
p
the currently-pla
aying item att
the very botttom of the main
m screen. The Queue and Now Plaaying areas are
a shown beelow.
Touching thee cover imagge will take you
y to the Al bum Detail view.
v
The order to
o be played can
c be changged on the flyy by selecting an item an
nd using the Up/Down arrrows.
At the top off the screen are buttons to create (N
New), Load, Save
S
or Export Playlists. PPlaylists whicch are built
in the Queuee and then saved can be loaded laterr on the Control and also
o on the iPadd and iPhone clients.
The playlist ffunctions aree very powerful and allow
w, e.g., a plaaylist to be lo
oaded, modiffied and re-ssaved.
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Editing A
Album Me
etadata
The system sstores metad
data for each
h album whicch is normally downloaded from the Sooloos Me
etadata
Service and contains a vaariety of info
ormation, inccluding trackk titles, artistt credits, gennres, record label,
l
review, ratin
ng, and so fo
orth. You can modify thatt data or enter your own using eitherr the Touch client
c
( e.g.
Control 15) o
or in Controll:PC/MAC.
Editing on
n the Tou
uch Contro
ol
m
for
To edit metadata
an album
m we start
with the Album
A
Detail pa
age.
Press Ediit Album
Metadatta
A
The Edit Album
Informattion screen
appears.
c modify
Here we can
text string
gs in any of
the inform
mation tab
areas: Inffo, Tracks,
Genres, Credits,
C
Labels, Ta
ags and
Moods.
c mark thee
Here we can
album as a favourite
‘Pick’ or as
a a ‘Skip’.
We can also adjust
the album
m’s number
in a set (T
Tip: adjust
the numb
ber in the sett
first)..
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c see the
Here we can
editing fieelds to add
or removee Credits.
After editts we need to
o
remembeer to press
Save Changes in the
bottom riight.
And here we can see
dd or removee
how to ad
Genres. In
n this case
we tap ‘C
Chamber
Music’ an
nd the +
means it will be
hen we presss
added wh
Apply Sellected
Changes.
C
Tapping Chamber
Music a second time
turns the select bar
red and th
he + to – and
d
the Genree will be
removed.
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Here we can
c review
the Genrees applied to
o
this album
m.
At any sta
age in the
Edit Albu
um
Metadatta process wee
can see iff the online
metadata
a service hass
more up--to-date
informatiion.
Press Rettrieve
Metadatta and, if
there is any
a new, we
might seee a screen
like the one
o below.
The meta
adata servicee
is offering
g a different
cover, it wants
w
to
change ‘FFaure,
Gabriel ‘tto ‘Gabriel
Faure’ an
nd it wants to
o
add the genre:
g
‘Symphon
nic’
Because we
w had
previouslyy handselected our
o cover artt
and because we have,,
p
through preference
decided to show
composerrs as ‘Last,
First’, we are only
picking th
he offered
Genre cha
ange.
Completee the update
by pressin
ng Apply
Selected Updates.
Note: Sooloo
os does NOTT have an ‘un
ndo’ feature.. If you make
e an error the
en it needs tto be correctted. Should
you accidenttally delete an
a album the
en you must restore it fro
om a backup
p or re-imporrt it.
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Editing M
Metadata in
i Controll PC/MAC
C
The edit-meetadata functtion launches from the A
Album Detailss window.
t Play tab in Control:PCC/MAC to en
nter the music manager aand use either Search or
To find the aalbum Click the
Explore in th
he browsing pane at the bottom of thhe screen to locate the album you waant to work on.
If you have explored to thhe album, cliick the
button
b
to the
e right of thee album nam
me and
choose
c
Show
w Album Deta
tails in the po
op-up
window
w
to brring up the A
Album Detaills window.
If you are usiing Search thhen click on an
a album
result
r
and ch
hoose Show A
Album Detaiils in the
pop-up
p
window.
a
Here we cann see basic album
informationn including Trracks and a
Review. Wee can also set up an
Export of tra
racks from th
his album to
a previouslyy defined Exp
port
destination (to do this see the main
Export tab)..
To change aanything, preess Edit
Album on thhe lower leftt and wait for
the system tto retrieve th
he album
informationn.
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ere we can seee the Edit Album
A
He
Infformation sccreen.
The album’s m
metadata is organized
intto eight sub-p
-pages, selected by
cliccking the tabbs along the top.
Info: You maay type new information into the avaailable fields,, but a numb
ber of items w
work distinctively:
Album Pick. A gold star to
t the right of
o the album
m name field indicates an Album Pick — a favouritte album
that will be iincluded in Focuses
F
or Sw
wims specifyying Album Picks
P
only. An
n X indicates an album th
hat will not
normally be included unless it is specifically seleccted. A dark star represe
ents a middlee ground — an
a album
on or rejecti on. You can change this rating by cliccking on the star or X to
that is singleed out neitheer for inclusio
toggle throu
ugh the threee options.
Rating. Clickk the + or − button
b
at eith
her end to addjust the alb
bum rating in half-star inccrements fro
om 0 to 5.
Multi-Disc SSet. Importan
nt for keepin
ng track of thhe contents of
o the individ
dual discs in a multi-disc set, the
second disc of a three-disc set would
d be listed ass ‘2 of 3’, for example
he existing co
over image bby clicking the Clear Cove
er button. Annd you can re
eplace it by
Cover. You ccan delete th
dragging or copying an im
mage from your
y
hard driive or Web browser
b
into the space.
Note: All chan
nges are provvisional untill you click the Save butto
on at the botttom of the window.
w
If
Important N
you close thee window (byy tapping the X in the uppper right-ha
and corner off the window
w) without cliicking Save,
your edits w
will be lost.
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Tra
acks: Here w
we can renam
me or
ren
number trackks on the alb
bum. 4
The system willl attempt to represent
orks by discoovering comm
mon text in
Wo
adjjacent trackss.5
Tra
ack Pick: To cchange a Tra
ack Pick
ratting, click on the symbol to the far
right to toggle through the three
options: gold st
star (a favourrite track
at will be inccluded in a pllaylist when
tha
you choose Traack Picks only), X (a trackk
tha
at will be exccluded unless specificallyy
cho
osen), or darrk star (a track that will
be included whhen no restriictions are
applied).
Review: This iss a freeform text field
tha
at you can eddit or rewrite
e.
dits, and Mo
oods: The infformation in these tabs is important for the Soolooos Focus fe
eature, which
h
Genres, Cred
enables you to narrow the selection of music to be browsed or played acccording to pparticular cha
aracteristics..
m descriptor that helps y ou to keep track of album
ms. For exam
mple, you might tag an
Tags: A tag is a free-form
ully groomed
d, or needs a better cove
er, is high-ressolution, is suuitable for a party, was
album to sayy that: it is fu
downloaded
d, etc. Tags are also usefu
ul for settingg up partial Backups
B
or Exxports. Theree is no sensib
ble limit to
the number of tags you can apply.
All
A changes a
are provision
nal until you click the Savve button at the bottom of the windoow to make them
t
permanent. Tapping thee X in the upp
per right corrner closes th
he window an
nd cancels aany unsaved changes.
c
4
The formattting of track names can be important
i
if t he content is to be controlled using a poortable contro
ol or if it is
exported to aanother mediaa player, e.g. an
a iPod. For e xample, in the
e above exam
mple, the user might prefer each track
name to be preceded by th
he composer, Beethoven: SString …..
5
Works are reepresented byy an algorithm
m which identtifies common
n text between
n adjacent traacks. Very occasionally this
may give unexpected or aw
wkward resultts. One exampple of untidy behaviour
b
may
y be if an albuum has severa
al works by
mposer and th
he tracks are formatted wit h a leading co
omposer name
e, e.g. ‘Beethooven: work 1 detail: some
the same com
movements’, followed by: ‘Beethoven: work
w
2 detail: some movem
ments’. In this case the systtem may decid
de that the
‘work’ is ‘Beeethoven’. To avoid this make sure that thhere is at leastt one Classicall Genre (e.g. CClassical/Classsical/Chamberr
hat Beethoven
n is listed in th
he Credits.
Music) and th
In exceptionaal circumstancces we may want to manua lly force the ‘work’ break point.
p
Adding aan ‘@’ characcter to each
track of the w
work will forcee a break at th
hat point (the @ is not displayed).
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In the Ge
enre tab we can add or remove
r
genres.
a
Here we can see the process of adding
‘String Quartet’
Q
as ann Instrumen
ntation
descripto
or.
The bettter the genree descriptionss, the more
powerfu
ul Focus will bbe at finding
g what we
want.
med with a
The system comes prre-programm
rich set of
o choices foor Genre / Sub-genre /
Style.
e
Sub-More Styyles can be aadded to an existing
genre ussing the Addd New Style button.
b
It is not possible
p
to aadd new Sub--genres.
Good Credits yield poowerful Searrch and
Focus results. Often the credits will
w be
populate
ed by the meetadata serviice, but
inevitably some albuums will not have
h
complete credits.
To add; type in the CCredit Name box. As you
type the system will suggest a lisst of names
or roles already in thhe Library. If the name is
en select it bbecause that way we
there the
maintain
n consistencyy and identitty.6
Next typ
pe/ pick a Creedit Role for the person
and, fina
ally press thee Add Credit button.
Credits cannot
c
be eddited. You ma
ay only add
or removve. To removve a credit, press
p
the X to
o
its right.
ges are provvisional until you click thee
All chang
Save buttton at the bbottom of thee window.
6
We offer sevveral dummy albums for do
ownload whicch are pre-load
ded with com
mmon credits, e.g. compose
ers in various
representatio
ons, several Geenre Styles an
nd some usefuul Tags. Loadin
ng one of thesse dummy albbums at the outset can
simplify editin
ng because it pre-populates the Library w
with data poin
nts. The dumm
my albums cann be deleted later.
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You might susppect that thee metadata
serrvice has moore informatiion on an
alb
bum. Alternaatively we may find that
a better
b
‘recoggnition hit’ ha
appens if thee
Arrtist Name orr Album Nam
me field has
been correctedd.
Pre
ess Update M
Metadata. We
W see the
po
op-up window
w on the left. Here there
are
e two optionns:
• Update Mettadata forcees a new
loo
okup. 7
• You may thiink that All Music
M
Guide
(AM
MG) has in ffact got moree
infformation thhan has so far been
disscovered. In which case it may be
po
ossible to broowse to the correct
c
alb
bum on www
w.allmusic.co
om and to
copy and pastee the AMG ID
D. Press Go
an
nd hope!
7
Warning: Bee aware that unlike
u
in the Touch
T
control,, there is no op
pportunity to review changges from the metadata
m
service and th
his process ha
as no undo.
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Bulk Data
a Editing on the To
ouch Conttrol
In recent sofftware versio
ons we have added somee ‘power too
ols’ that can radically speeed up groom
ming or
customising a collection. These toolss are essentiaally in two groups: ‘bulkk editing’ andd ‘forensic fo
ocus’.
Warning: Th
his section deescribes ‘pow
wer tools’ w
which, if used
d incorrectly can wreak hhavoc. There
e is NO
UNDO. We sstrongly advvise you to ha
ave a good bbackup read
dy, just in casse!
Select and
d Edit Mo
ode
The Tou
uchscreen haas two viewing modes,
Enhanced Browser shown left.
This pla
aces Focus att the top of the
t screen
and hass fewer buttoons)
S
Broowser
This is Standard
Switch between thee two using the
t top-rightt
Home menu.
m
To be most
m useful w
we recomme
end that
Select and
a Edit be uused in Stand
dard
Browse
er mode.
To ente
er Select and Edit mode Press
P
the
(pencil) symbol.
If you can’t see the pencil then probably
Editing is turned offf in Home /System
Settingss /Security
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Above we seee Select and
d Edit Mode. Two active areas have appeared
a
on
n the top andd bottom of the
t screen
but we still h
have access to
t the transp
port, volumee and other navigation
n
co
ontrols. At thhe top we ha
ave an X to
exit this mod
de and we caan see a sum
mmary of thee number selected from the
t current FFocus. At the
e bottom we
have a numb
ber of new buttons:
b
Select: In this mode Albu
ums can be selected
s
by ttouching them (see the two example s above). If a set is
s are seleccted for actio
on. We also have
h
buttonss to select All albums in
selected theen all the albums in that set
the library; P
Page to selecct all the albums we can see. While selecting
s
we can browse to other pagges using thee
alpha navigaation or forw
ward /back keys  andd select more
e albums. Alw
ways be awaare of how many
m
albums
are selected before perfforming an edit. None dee-selects all albums.
n choose to edit
e Genres, Credits, Taggs, or Moodss for the selected albumss.
Edit: We can
Create Set w
will group thee selected albums into a ‘set’ (see paage 5).
Export allow
ws us to add the
t selected albums to aan Export desstination.
Delete The D
Delete key will
w perform (after
(
a warnning) a non-recoverable delete
d
of all sselected Albums. This is
a powerful ffeature but you
y need to use
u it with caare; stay alerrt!
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In Select and
d Edit Mode we can add and/or remoove Genres, Credits, Tags, and Moodds.
Add/Removve Genre
Here we show
w the dialog screen
s
for
Ad
dd/Remove Genres.
To
o add Classiccal/Classical//Baroque to
th
he 32 selecteed albums pick it.
Prressing Baroqque once shows the bluee
highlight and + indicating this genre
will be added..
If we press it aagain the select bar
ch
hanges to a rred highlightt and – (see
be
elow) and thhe Genre wou
uld be
re
emoved.
Prressing a thirrd time de-se
elects the
Genre.
Multiple
M
Genrres can be ad
dded or
re
emoved in onne operation
n.
Co
omplete thee edit with Sa
ave Changes.
Note: Sooloo
os has a largge number off Genres buillt in but therre is room for customisattion. Please see
s the
sections on FFiner Points of Focus (page 40) and TThe Elementss of Metadatta (page 44).
Note: We m
might use thiss feature to speed
s
up groooming of a collection.
c
Fo
or example w
we might Foccus on
omposer and
d reasonablyy add the gennre ‘Baroque
e’.
Handel as Co
Important N
Note: Add/reemove is NOT
T search & reeplace! If we
e want to rem
move a field from any of the selected
d
albums it will be done fo
or those thatt contain it, hhowever a simultaneous addition wil l appear on all selected
member also there is no ‘undo’
‘
funct ion in editingg.
albums. Rem
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Add/Remove
A
e Tags operates in a
similar way too Genres.
On
O the left w
we can see setting up to
add the Tag ‘ Edit: No Gen
nre’ and to
remove the TTag ‘Edit: No Picture’
from the seleected albumss.
Make
M
the chaanges perma
anent by
pressing
p
Savee Changes.
Be
B aware thaat if we make
e edits to a
la
arge numberr of albums it may take a
fe
ew minutes ffor the changes to be
fully effectivee.
Add/Remove
A
e Moods works is a
similar fashioon.
Here
H
we can see adding Austere
A
while
w
removi ng Cerebral.
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A very usefu
ul feature of Select and Edit mode is tthe ability to
o modify Cred
dits in multipple albums.
The followin
ng screens take us througgh a worked example to change the Composer
C
Crredit for ‘Sam
muel Barber’’
to ‘Barber, SSamuel’. (Wee might wantt to do this s o that we fin
nd him under ‘B’ in the b rowser on th
he iPad).
To
T start we F ocus the enttire
collection to show only th
hose albums
with
w the Sam
muel Barber Credit.
C
Notice
N
we fouund him by just typing
‘b
bar’ and thenn selecting from the list.
After
A
pressingg Select All the
t Select
and
a Edit brow
wser window
w now looks
liike this.
Note
N
that althhough Focuss showed us
there are 38 albums with
h this Credit,
the window oon the left only shows
30,
3 this is beccause some of the
albums
a
are foormed into sets.
s
Note: Add/reemove is NOT
T search & reeplace. If we
e want to rem
move a Crediit from any of
o the
Important N
selected albums it will be done for th
hose which ccontain it; ho
owever a sim
multaneous CCredit additio
on will
appear on all selected allbums. Reme
ember also thhere is no ‘undo’ function in editing.
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ess the bottoom Credits button
b
and
Pre
we
e get a new SSelect Creditts to
Ad
dd/Remove ddialog.
Pre
essing Selectt Credit to Add gives us
this familiar wiindow on the
e left.
He
ere we have ppicked ‘Barb
ber, Samuel’
and selected h is role as Composer.
ess Save Chaanges and we
e step back
Pre
to the Select CCredits to Add/Remove
scrreen shown bbelow.
We
e can now piick the Credit to remove
and the screenn looks like th
his after we
er’ and
have chosen ‘SSamuel Barbe
Composer.
If we
w now presss Save Chan
nges (up to
this point no chhanges have
e been made)
the
e edit will bee completed for all the
selected album
ms.
otice that whhen this edit has been
No
ma
ade, the currrent Focus no
o longer
contains ‘Samuuel Barber’ and so we
end up with a bblank screen
n.
You can confirm
m the edit byy next
ma
aking a Focuss on ‘Barber,, Samuel’.
Bulk editing ca n also be use
ed simply to
add or removee Credits individually.
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Forensic Focus
Generally when a large or
o specialised
d collection iis imported into
i
Sooloos there will bee a percenta
age of
Albums for w
which the meetadata is no
ot complete.. The Forensiic Focus allow
ws us to imm
mediately ide
entify
albums with
h/without certain data types. If the coollection is to
o be optimised or groom
med then thiss feature
enables a syystematic wo
orkflow.
The screen aabove showss the Forensic Focus dialoogue (which is accessed by pressing tthe right-mo
ost Focus Tab
b
marked *). W
We can use this
t to isolate
e those albu ms in the library with or without mettadata typess, such as
cover art, reelease date, genres,
g
credits, labels, taags, moods, review
r
and also
a to identiify media wh
hich the
background checking pro
ocesses feelss is suspiciouus (and may therefore ne
eed re-imporrting).
ple above wee can see tha
at there are 247 albums with no cove
er, genre or credit inform
mation. With
h
In the examp
this Focus w
we can now Tag
T the album
ms in Select aand Edit Mo
ode and startt working.
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Some Fin
ner Pointts of Focu
us
Focus is a veery powerful function and this sectionn delves dee
eper to help you
y get the m
most out of it. As we
described on
n page 16 the Focus screen has eightt major sectio
ons (tabs): Album
A
info, G
Genres, Composers,
Credits, Labeels, Tags, Mo
oods and * (FForensics).
Album In
nfo
The Album Info tab grou
ups four diffe
erent types oof informatio
on:
•
•
•
•
hich looks at play count – a dynamic counter base
ed on use).8
Mosst Played (wh
Datee-related: Last played, Ad
dded and Reelease Date.
Quaality.
Ratings, Picks an
nd Skips.
Focus Log
gic
If we focus o
on any singlee criterion then the operaation is fairlyy self-evident. For exampple, we can make
m
a singlee
focus on albums:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
on’ or ‘Conte nt added in the
t last 3 Mo
onths’ (Album
m Detail)
reccorded in ‘Higgh Resolutio
containing musiic of the Rom
mantic Era (G
Genre/Genre
e)
featturing an instrument, e.gg. ‘Viola’ (Ge nre/Instrumentation)
containing a parrticular Form
m, e.g. ‘Sonatta’ (Genre/Fo
orm)
with
h works com
mposed by Be
eethoven (Coomposer)
featturing a partticular artist , conductor, accompanisst, e.g. Bryn Terfel,
T
Clauddio Abbado, etc(Credits)
e
releeased by, e.gg. ECM (Label)
with
h a specific user
u tag.
Every criterion may also
o be negated, so the abovve exampless could be ‘exxclude’ ratheer than include. Useful
for isolatingg hard-to identify groups,, such as ‘rem
mind me what I have had
dn’t played i n a year’.
Include/E
Exclude Must/May
M
y have
So, what happens when
n we focus on
n more than one criterion? The way it works deppends on wha
at they are,
m extremely tight focusess, e.g. ‘show me albums containing w
works compo
osed by
but the systtem can form
Dvorak, of fform string quartet,
q
that I haven’t plaayed for 3 months but ign
nore the ECM
M label’.
We have tried to make the focus op
peration intuuitive but there are some
e subtleties w
worth grasping. Focus
uses two loggic operation
ns in combin
ning two or m
more criteria:
•
•
Logical OR: if wee combine tw
wo criteria inn this was we
e mean we want
w
to see aany containing A or B.
w Focus on two compossers (such as Bach and Co
opland) the nnumber in th
he result willl
For example if we
be ggreater than focussing on
n either indivvidually. OR logic expand
ds the answeer. In simple terms we
are looking for items
i
that may
m include A or B.
Logical AND: This logic is use
ed to show ittems that must contain all
a criteria. Soo if we Focus on Bach
and
d Cantata thee resulting nu
umber will n ormally be smaller
s
than taking eithe r criterion in
ndividually.
AND
D logic narro
ows the answ
wer. In simplee terms we are
a looking fo
or items thatt must includ
de A and B.
8
You may find that the num
mber in focuss is wrong. Forr example if yo
ou ask for the
e 100 most-plaayed albums the
t number
her if some alb
bums are inclu
uded in sets.
could be high
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The Soolooss system usees OR logic be
etween samee-type criterria but AND logic betweeen different types.
t
In this
way pickingg a number of
o artists or genres will exxpand the focus, selecting a composeer, genre and
d instrumentt
will narrow it.
Genre
The whole to
opic of music genres kee
eps musicoloogists very bu
usy. In Sooloo
os we have rrecently splitt the Genres
focus into th
hree separate sub-tabs and this was ddone to logiccally treat the three genrre classes separately and
d
to improve o
one’s abilityy to narrow (ffocus in on) a selection.
The Genres ttab has three sub tabs:
•
•
•
Genres: This Gen
nre/Style sett allows us too roughly gro
oup music into types, e.gg. jazz, counttry, classical,
folk and so on.
o Within each
e
top-leve
el Genre the re are Subge
enres and Styyles and Foc us allows you to select
any leveel (all of a top
p-level, all off a sub-genre
e or just one style).9
o In the Cllassical Genrre we includee all music which
w
may be
e popularly reeferred to ass ‘Classical’,
however the Style lissts include eera and typess.10
Form
m: Here we allow
a
you to specify mus ical forms.11
Instrrumentation
n: This genre area allows us to flag orr focus on ensembles or iinstrument types.
t
For
exam
mple we migght just wantt to see oboee or guitar music
m
or music for quartetts.
Focus uses A
AND logic between these
e three sectioons and OR logic within each
e
section . So adding more
m
Forms
will expand a focus, wheereas lookingg for Forms w
with specific instrumenta
ation will narrrow the resu
ult. In
h as: ‘show m
me all roman
ntic chamberr music that iincludes bassoon’.
Genres we ccan focus on queries such
A list of the built-in Genrre/Sub-genre
e/Style list iss given in the
e appendix on page 62.
9
For examplee we could foccus on just Jazzz, or specify aall Cool Jazz or even more granularly
g
Weest Coast Jazz.
Era includes Medieval, Baroque,
B
Rena
aissance, Classsical. Romantiic, Modern, 20
0th-century, ettc.
11
Classical Fo
orms include such
s
types as cantata,
c
conc erto, fugue, sonata, etc.
10
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Renamin
ng Album
m Artist
1. Toucch an album by an Artist whose nam e you want to
t change.
In th
his example the
t first of Brahms1 is seelected.
2. At to
op right of sccreen press: Artist Inform
mation. We get the scree
en below:
3. Toucch the top Artist Name text box; a keeyboard com
mes up.
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4. Presss ‘delete’ to
o remove the
e ‘1’
5. Presss Enter
6. Closse the Windo
ows with top
p right X and back at the top
t level you
u will see all ‘Brahms1’ ch
hanged to
‘Brahms’.
Warning No
ote: Do not use
u this featu
ure to renamee one of the special comp
pilation artissts: ‘Various Artists’ or
‘Soundtrack’’. If an album
m has been in
ncorrectly caatalogued as ‘Various Arttists’ then it sshould be deealt with
specifically b
by editing thee Album.
Caution Notte: The exam
mple given heere, where a ccomposer was
w used in th
he Album Arttist field is so
omewhat
eccentric and we don’t generally
g
reco
ommend doiing this. Therre are some exceptions, ee.g. if the composer is
also a perforrmer or cond
ductor.
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Appendiix 1: The Elementts of Meta
adata
Useful sources of Metadata
M
Here are som
me very usefful websites for research ing covers, performers,
p
composers
c
aand music an
nd disc
issues.
g
depth of
o informatioon on all gen
nres of musicc. However itts cover art tends
t
to be
www.allmussic.com has good
limited to 2550px and so some users will
w want to improve on this.
http://www
w.discogs.com
m has a good search engi ne and provides detailed
d discographhies.
http://www
w.arkivmusic.com/classica
al/main.jsp hhas deep info
ormation on releases andd you can bro
owse by
composer, cconductor, peerformer, en
nsembles, labbels and genre.
http://www
w.amazon.com
m (not just th
he USA site) is very usefu
ul for trackin
ng down disccs, release infformation
and cover arrtwork. (Note, on Amazo
on, release daate informattion can be unreliable).
u
www.googlee.com may leead you to a recording annd the image
e search is in
nvaluable forr cover art.
http://www
w.tineye.com// This reverse image sea rch (and its neat
n
browser plug-in) is ssuperb for determining if
an image you have disco
overed can be bettered oon the intern
net. The Sooloos system iimproves its
performancee for artworkk up to 1000
0px.
http://en.wiikipedia.org// Wikipedia has
h an aston ishing amount of biograp
phical, historrical, musico
ological and
occasionallyy discographical informattion.
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Duplicate
e Album Artists
A
If a collection is built up over time an
nd especiallyy if it combin
nes collection
ns or CD rips with file imp
ports then it
is possible th
hat some arttists may app
pear to have multiple ide
entities. Symptoms wouldd include arttists showingg
up twice in tthe Explorer or not seeing all albums by the artistts listed in an
n Album View
w.
Duplicate
D
Arttists can be resolved
r
using
u
Contro l:PC.
At
A the bottom
m of the Setttings
window
w
lookk for Find Duplicate
Artists
A
butto n.
Iff artists are dduplicated we
w get a
dialogue
d
boxx like this and
d options to
merge
m
dupliccated artists into single
unique
u
ident ities.
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Appendiix 2: Man
naging a Collection
n
When
W
buildinng a collectio
on it is usefull
to be able to keep an eye
e on the
systems operrating statistics.
On
O the left w
we see the Infformation
screen whichh can be acce
essed from
the Touchscreeen Home menu.
m
We
W can see thhe number of
o Artists,
Albums
A
and TTracks.
Also
A listed is tthe total sto
orage seen byy
the server, hoow much is free,
f
the
software verssion numberr and the
server (brokeer) IP addresss. (This is thee
address usedd by the mobile
controllers iPPad, iPhone etc).
e
You
Y can also change the system’s
s
registration ddetails.
Iff you do not have a Toucchscreen thee
server’s
s
IP adddress can be
e found on
the Settings ttab in Contro
ol:PC.
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More detaileed (maybe to
oo much)
information can be found by
web browser to the
pointing a w
debug inform
mation at
<broker IP a ddress >/debug.
In the exampple on the le
eft we used
the address:: 192.168.1.1
14/debug.
This first screeen shows artist,
a
album
and track coounts.
If we click onn Album Listing HTML
then we cann see a list off all the
albums in thhe collection by artist.
It is handy too be able to print this
out (see beloow).
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Sooloo
os Collectiions: Adva
anced Guiide
Appendiix 3: Stora
age
Sooloos systtems currenttly provide a number of ooptions for storage.
•
•
•
MC2200 and Control:15 proviide approxim
mately 500GB
B and have single drives built in.
MC6600 and Twin
nstore have dual 1TB or 22TB drives and these are
e normally coonfigured as RAID 1,
whicch means thaat each drive
e is a mirror copy of the other.
o
Mirrored drives arre helpful be
ecause at
som
me point drivees inevitablyy fail, it is ofteen possible just to swap out the faultty drive whe
ereupon the
system will resto
ore the mirro
or.
s
acrosss all the drivves in the sysstem.
Conttent will be shared
The default fformat in wh
hich Sooloos stores the aaudio is FLAC
C which is a lo
ossless codeec that provid
des around
40% reductio
on in space usage
u
(depending on sam
mple rate, bit depth and genre) with zero loss of quality.
The system ccan also han
ndle Apple Lo
ossless, WAV
V and AIFF lossless formats. The lossleess files will be exported
in their nativve format an
nd so it is sen
nsible to plann ahead on future requirements for tthe content.
You can sett up the syste
em to
automaticaally transcode
e an
additional l ossy format of all the
music whic h can then be
b exported
to a drive foor use with other
o
media
players or iTTunes.
Plan ahead here becausse the
t
to
system will take some time
perform a ttranscode (tyypical
conversionss may be 10,,000 –
20,000 songgs in 24 hours).
How mucch Storage
e?
The followin
ng table givess a guideline to sensible planning levvels.
FLAC/ALAC lossless
AIFF/WAV
FLAC/ALAC + AAC/MP3
AIFF/WAV + AAC/MP3
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500GB
1,000
1
CDs
600 CDs
800 CDs
500 CDs
1TB
2,000 CD
Ds
1,250 CD
Ds
1,600 CD
Ds
1,000 CD
Ds
TB
2T
4,000
0 CDs
2,500
0 CDs
3,200
0 CDs
2,000
0 CDs
Sooloo
os Collectiions: Adva
anced Guiide
It is important not to allo
ow the drive
es to becomee too full. The
e system nee
eds space to keep log file
es, for
housekeepin
ng, transcodiing and for storing playlissts and saved focuses. We
W suggest thhat you conssider adding
12
storage if the system getts over 80% use.
onitored in
Thiis can be mo
thee debug wind
dow shown
earrlier.
Backup
It is essentiaal to maintain
n a good bacckup and it iss the user’s responsibility
r
y to maintainn its integrityy. A valuable
collection, w
with many ho
ours invested
d in groomin g deserves more
m
than on
ne backup annd for at leasst one to be
kept offsite.
p and Restorre functions iin Control:PC
C. You can ba
ackup to com
mputer drive
es, portable
Sooloos provvides Backup
USB or NAS drives.
Appendiix 4: Usin
ng the iPh
hone, Tou
uch and iPad
i
Conttrols
The Soolooss system can be controlle
ed using the main Touch client, e.g. Control
C
15. H owever it ca
an also be
controlled using Control:PC/MAC and one if the three portab
ble controllers.
b used to acccess and control library
This section illustrates by example how the portaable control clients can be
p
helpful
h
if youu are thinkingg through the finer pointts of preparin
ng or
content. This section is particularly
grooming a ccollection in anticipation
n of using on e of these de
evices.
12
The Sooloos system in
ncorporates remote
r
mon itoring and diagnosis.
d
Fo
or this to worrk, it is necesssary that
the system b
be able to seee the internet and that i t is registere
ed with us. If you skip reggistration the
en we have
no means off contacting you if we see
e somethingg going wrong!
Periodically the system will
w report to
o us the statee of the hard
d drives and it is often poossible to ave
ert a
disaster.
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Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
TThe iPad applicatio
on has four main areas, from top to bottom:
• Search and
d Zone selection
• Now Playing, Volume and Transport
T
controlss
• Playlist/Qu
ueue. The Edit bu
utton allows us to remove or changge
the order of songs in the lisst. Playlists can bee created or loadeed,
including tthose saved previiously on the Control.
• Exploratio
on area.
P
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To Explore
E
content th
he bottom section
n scrolls left <-> right.
In th
he screen above we
w have explored through Artist, A-B to Alfred
Bren
ndel. The right-hand list of Albums scrolls vertically.
Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
SSearch can be a co
onvenient alternative to finding alb
bums or works.
O
On the iPad, searcch results will inclu
ude Albums and TTracks.
P
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The search result is a list which can be scrolled verticallyy as shown abovee.
Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
SSearches do not have to be typed in
n full or use contig
guous characters.. This
feeature can be imp
portant in findingg items with long n
names or where tthere
m
might be too manyy results from a simple string searcch.
TThe example abovve uses ‘moz oboee’ on the iPad client.
P
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Here
e we see the samee Quick Search qu
uery on the Touch
h/iPhone client.
In bo
oth the iPad and iPhone
i
applications we can see thaat albums and
tracks are listed separately.
Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
TThe same query ca
an be performed on
o the main touch
h Control (note wee
p
picked Album and Tracks only) and we get the resultt shown opposite.
P
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On the
t Control search
h can be customised to include com
mbinations of Artisst,
Albu
um or Track. We can
c touch any of the
t results to startt playing or view
morre details.
Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
Opp
posite we see two searches in Contrrol:PC using differrent partial string
targ
gets. With care, exxperience and kno
owledge of the colllection one can
quicckly develop a skilll in searching.
Control:PC/MAC is usseful for editing allbum information and managing
certain system setting
gs. The number off items it can show
w from a search
depe
end on how we ad
djust the Window
w as the example above
a
illustrates.
Control:PC/MAC curreently shows album
m and track resultts mixed in
toge
ether and so it ma
ay be important to
o consider or refin
ne the search term
ms
if there are too many results. Search heere (or in the iPho
one/iPad) does no
ot
orce contiguous sttring matches so you
y can enter a teerm containing
enfo
partts of the target, so
o e.g. entering :
“bee
e 132” quickly retu
urns :
“Bee
ethoven: Complette String Quartets: Vol. 9: No. 15, Op.
O 132”.
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Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
SSearch can providee useful results frrom simple terms.
A
Above we have ussed the Search Alll function for ‘Rain
ndrop’ and the reesults
aare in the lower rigght of the window
w.
P
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To see more about th
he results or take actions, we can to
ouch the
+ syymbols which prodduce a listing dialog.
Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
H
Here is how on thee iPad we might use:
u
•
My Libraryy / Search My Lib
brary
TTo find works playyed by Dinu Lipattti.
P
Putting ‘Lipatti’ in the Library Searcch returns the Artiist & lists Albums.
P
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A
gives a listt of Tracks which can be reviewed
Selecting one of the Albums
or actioned using the + buttons as beffore.
Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile Controlls
O
On this page we are showing exploration by Composser.
In
n this case the composer name is Aaron
A
Copland, bu
ut composers can
n be
cchanged to, e.g. Co
opland, Aaron, orr even just Coplan
nd.
P
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The exploration first lists
l
Albums …
Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile Controlls
… and on into traccks.
P
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Show
wing another Albu
um choice.
Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
SShowing exploringg to the same Albu
um via the Artist.
Morre sophisticated exploration of the content can show
w Genres
(including Form or Insstrumentation) orr Tags which are free
f
descriptors
adde
ed on the Controll.
In th
he screen above some
s
albums conttaining Piano Qua
artets were tagged
d
and can be rapidly rettrieved as shown.
P
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Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
W
We can also perform free-form library searches. In this example we are
lo
ooking for perform
mances of Appala
achian Spring.
P
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Above we can see thee search results and their exploration.
Sooloo
os Collectionss: Using the Mobile
M
Controlls
A
As an alternative a free-form search
h of the library caan be made in the
Q
Quick Search box. Entering ‘appal’ we see two album
ms found, Bernsteein
aand Davies as welll as links to movements.
P
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Above we can see how a saved playlistt can be loaded in
nto the Queue on
the iPhone client.
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
A
Appendix: Ge
enres, Sub-genres and Sttyles
Genre
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
A
Avant-Garde
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
P
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Sub-Genre
Improvised Mu
usic
Improvised Mu
usic
Improvised Mu
usic
Improvised Mu
usic
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Modern Compo
osition
Sound Art
Sound Art
Sound Art
Sound Art
Sound Art
Sound Art
Sound Art
Sound Art
n
British Invasion
Country Blues
Country Blues
Country Blues
Country Blues
Country Blues
Country Blues
Style
Creative Orchestra
Free Improvisattion
Improvisation
provisation
Structured Imp
Atonal
Avant-Garde
Computer Music
Experimental
Microtonal
Minimalism
osition
Modern Compo
Musique Actueelle
Musique ConcrrŠte
Post-Minimalism
Tape Music
Conceptual Art
Mixed Media
Noise
Process-Generaated
Radio Works
Sound Art
Sound Collage
Sound Sculpturre
British Blues
Acoustic Blues
Acoustic Chicaggo Blues
Acoustic Louisiaana Blues
Acoustic Memp
phis Blues
Acoustic New O
Orleans Blues
Acoustic Texas Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Country Blues
C
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
C
Country
Blues
E Coast Blues
East
E Coast Blues
East
E Coast Blues
East
E Coast Blues
East
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
E
Electric
Blues
Blues
B
Gospel
Blues
B
Revival
Classic
C
Female Blues
Country
C
Blues
Delta
D
Blues
Dirty
D
Blues
Early
E
American Blu
ues
Folk-Blues
F
Memphis
M
Blues
Modern
M
Acoustic Blues
B
Prewar
P
Blues
Prewar
P
Country Blues
Prewar
P
Gospel Blu
ues
Songster
S
Vaudeville
V
Blues
Work
W
Songs
East
E Coast Blues
Ju
ump Blues
New
N York Blues
Piedmont
P
Blues
Chicago
C
Blues
Detroit
D
Blues
Electric
E
Blues
Electric
E
Chicago Blues
Electric
E
Country Bllues
Electric
E
Delta Blues
Electric
E
Harmonicaa Blues
Electric
E
Memphis Blues
B
Electric
E
Texas Bluees
Ju
uke Joint Blues
New
N Orleans Bluess
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Blues
Cajun
Cajun
Cajun
Cajun
Celtic
Celtic
Celtic
Celtic
Celtic
Celtic
Celtic
Celtic
Celtic
Celtic
Celtic
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Electric Blues
Electric Blues
Electric Blues
Electric Blues
Harmonica Blues
Harmonica Blues
Jump Blues/Piaano Blues
Jump Blues/Piaano Blues
Jump Blues/Piaano Blues
Louisiana Bluess
Modern Electriic Blues
Modern Electriic Blues
Modern Electriic Blues
Modern Electriic Blues
Modern Electriic Blues
Texas Blues
Texas Blues
Traditional Folkk
Cajun/Zydeco
Cajun/Zydeco
Cajun/Zydeco
Cajun/Zydeco
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic/British Issles
Celtic
Slide Guitar Blu
ues
Children's
Soul-Blues
Swamp Blues
Children's
Urban Blues
Classical
nica Blues
Electric Harmon
Classical
Harmonica Bluees
Classical
Piano Blues
Classical
St. Louis Blues
Classical
West Coast Blues
Classical
Louisiana Bluess
Classical
Contemporary Blues
Classical
Modern Delta B
Blues
Classical
Modern Electric Blues
Classical
Modern Electric Chicago Blues
Classical
Modern Electric Texas Blues Classical
Blues
Electric Texas B
Classical
Texas Blues
Classical
Minstrel
Classical
Acadian
Classical
Creole
Classical
Traditional Caju
un
Classical
Zydeco
Classical
Celtic Folk
Classical
Celtic Fusion
Classical
Celtic Gospel
Classical
Celtic New Age
Classical
Celtic Pop
Classical
Celtic Rock
Classical
medy
Contemporary Celtic
Com
Com
medy
Drinking Songs
Com
medy
Scottish Folk
Com
medy
Traditional Celttic
Traditional Irish
h Folk
Com
medy
TTraditional Folk
M
Music
M
Music
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Classical
N Orleans/Classsic Jazz
New
P Classical
Pop
M
Musical
Comedy
M
Musical
Comedy
M
Musical
Comedy
M
Musical
Comedy
M
Musical
Comedy
Drinking
D
Songs
Lullabies
Nursery
N
Rhymes
20th-Century
2
21st-Century
2
Baroque
B
Bel
B Canto Opera
Chamber
C
Music
Chant
C
Choral
C
Classical
C
Classical
C
Guitar
Contemporary
C
Early
E
Music
Gregorian
G
Chant
Im
mpressionist
Medieval
M
Nationalist
N
Neo-Classical
N
Neo-Romantic
N
Operettas
O
Oratories
O
Post-Romantic
P
Renaissance
R
Romantic
R
Sacred
S
Vocal
Brass
B
Band
Classical
C
Crossover
Musical
M
Comedy
Novelty
N
Satire
S
Shock
S
Jock
Song
S
Parody
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Comedy
Comedy
Comedy
Comedy
Comedy
Comedy
Comedy
Comedy
Comedy
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
Country
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Spoken Comed
dy
Spoken Comed
dy
Spoken Comed
dy
Spoken Comed
dy
Spoken Comed
dy
Spoken Comed
dy
Spoken Comed
dy
Spoken Comed
dy
Spoken Comed
dy
Alternative Cou
untry
Alternative Cou
untry
Contemporary Country
Contemporary Country
Contemporary Country
Contemporary Country
Country-Pop
Country-Pop
Country-Pop
Honky Tonk
Honky Tonk
Honky Tonk
dy
Musical Comed
Progressive Country
Progressive Country
Progressive Country
Progressive Country
Progressive Country
untry
Traditional Cou
Traditional Cou
untry
Traditional Cou
untry
Traditional Cou
untry
Traditional Cou
untry
Traditional Cou
untry
Cou
Blue Humor
untry
Ethnic Comedy
Cou
untry
Gay Comedy
Cou
untry
Morning Radio
Cou
untry
Humor
Cou
untry
Observational H
Political Comed
dy
Cou
untry
Prank Calls
Cou
untry
Sketch Comedyy
Cou
untry
Standup Comed
dy
Cou
untry
Alternative Cou
untry
Cou
untry
Americana
Cou
untry
Contemporary Bluegrass
Cou
untry
Contemporary Country
Cou
untry
Neo-Traditionalist Country Cou
untry
New Traditionaalist
Eassy Listening
Country-Pop
Eassy Listening
Nashville Sound
d/Countrypolitan
Eassy Listening
Urban Cowboy
Eassy Listening
Bakersfield Sou
und
Eassy Listening
Honky Tonk
Eassy Listening
Truck Driving Country
Eassy Listening
dy
Eassy Listening
Country Comed
Country-Folk
Eassy Listening
Outlaw Countryy
Eassy Listening
Progressive Blu
uegrass
Eassy Listening
Progressive Cou
untry
Electronica
Electronica
Rodeo
Electronica
Bluegrass
pel
Electronica
Bluegrass-Gosp
Close Harmonyy
Electronica
Country Boogiee
Electronica
Country Gospel
Electronica
Cowboy
Electronica
TTraditional Countrry
T
Traditional
Countrry
T
Traditional
Countrry
T
Traditional
Countrry
T
Traditional
Countrry
T
Traditional
Countrry
T
Traditional
Countrry
T
Traditional
Countrry
T
Traditional
Folk
T
Traditional
Folk
T
Traditional
Folk
T
Traditional
Folk
W
Western
Swing
W
Western
Swing
B Band/Swing
Big
E
Easy
Listening
E
Easy
Listening
E
Easy
Listening
E
Easy
Listening
E
Easy
Listening
E
Easy
Listening
E
Exotica/Lounge
E
Exotica/Lounge
E
Exotica/Lounge
H
Holiday
A
Alternative/IndieRock
D
Dance
D
Dance
D
Dance
D
Dance
D
Dance
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
In
nstrumental Coun
ntry
Ju
ug Band
Old-Timey
O
Square
S
Dance
String
S
Bands
Traditional
T
Bluegraass
Traditional
T
Countrry
Yodeling
Y
Appalachian
A
Folk
Ju
ug Band
Old-Timey
O
String
S
Bands
Western
W
Swing
Western
W
Swing Revival
Ballroom
B
Dance
Classical
C
Pop
Easy
E
Pop
In
nstrumental Pop
Mood
M
Music
Orchestral
O
Orchestral
O
Pop
Exotica
E
Lounge
Space
S
Age Pop
Wedding
W
Music
In
ndustrial Dance
Acid
A Jazz
Garage/House
G
Hi-NRG
H
House
H
Rave
R
2-Step/British
2
Garage
Acid
A House
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
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Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Acid Techno
Ambient Breakbeat
Ambient Dub
Ambient Housee
Ambient Techn
no
Big Beat
Broken Beat
Dark Ambient
Detroit Techno
Downbeat
Downtempo
Drill'n'bass
Electro
Electro-Jazz
Electronica
o
Electro-Techno
Experimental A
Ambient
Experimental D
Dub
Experimental Electro
Experimental Ju
ungle
Experimental TTechno
Funky Breaks
Gabba
Garage Rap/Grime
Glitch
Goa Trance
Happy Hardcorre
Hardcore Techn
no
IDM
Illbient
Industrial Drum
m'n'Bass
Jazz-House
Jungle/Drum'n''bass
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Electronica
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
EElectronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
E
Electronica
M
Modern
Composittion
S
Sound
Art
A
Alternative
Country
A
Alternative/IndieRock
C
Celtic/British
Isles
C
Celtic/British
Isles
C
Celtic/British
Isles
C
Contemporary
Follk
C
Contemporary
Follk
C
Contemporary
Follk
C
Contemporary
Follk
C
Contemporary
Follk
C
Contemporary
Follk
C
Contemporary
Follk
T
Traditional
Folk
T
Traditional
Folk
T
Traditional
Folk
Left-Field House
Microhouse
M
Microsound
M
Minimal
M
Techno
Neo-Electro
N
Newbeat
N
Nu
N Breaks
Progressive
P
Housee
Progressive
P
Trancee
Tech-House
T
Techno
T
Techno
T
Bass
Techno-Dub
T
Trance
T
Tribal-House
T
Trip-Hop
T
Electronic
E
Electro-Acoustic
E
Neo-Traditional
N
Fo
olk
Alternative
A
Folk
British
B
Folk
Irrish Folk
Traditional
T
Scottish Folk
Alternative
A
Folk
Anti-Folk
A
Children's
C
Folk
Contemporary
C
Folk
New
N Acoustic
Political
P
Folk
Progressive
P
Folk
Field
F
Recordings
Folk
F Revival
Folksongs
F
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Folk
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
Form
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Traditional Folkk
Traditional Folkk
Traditional Folkk
Traditional Folkk
Traditional Folkk
Blues
Blues
Blues
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Classical Form
Irish Folk
Neo-Traditional Folk
Sea Shanties
Traditional Folkk
Traditional Scotttish Folk
12-bar
16-bar
8-bar
Solo work
Duet
Trio
Quartet
Quintet
Sextet
Septet
Octet
Nonet
Ballade
Carol
Madrigal
Mass
Motet
Opera
Pavanne
Tocatta
Cantata
Concerto
Fugue
Oratorio
Partita
Prelude
Sonata
Ballet
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Forrm
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Gosspel
Classical Form
C
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
Classical
Form
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
C
Classical
C
Country
Blues
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
P
Pop/Rock
P
Punk/New
Wave
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
S
Spoken
Comedy
Etude
E
Fantasia
F
Im
mpromptu
In
ntermezzo
Lied/Song
Nocturne
N
Polka
P
Rhapsody
R
Rondo
R
Suite
S
Symphony
S
Waltz
W
Alternative
A
CCM
CCM
C
Christian
C
Comedy
Christian
C
Metal
Christian
C
Punk
Christian
C
Rap
Christian
C
Rock
Contemporary
C
Gosspel
In
nspirational
Je
esus Rock
Latin Gospel
Praise
P
& Worship
Reggae
R
Gospel
Hymns
H
Spirituals
S
Christian
C
Metal
Christian
C
Rap
Christian
C
Rock
Christian
C
Punk
Reggae
R
Gospel
Christian
C
Comedy
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Gospel
Gospel
Gospel
Gospel
Gospel
Gospel
Gospel
Gospel
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
Instrumentation
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Traditional Gosspel
Traditional Gosspel
Traditional Gosspel
Traditional Gosspel
Traditional Gosspel
Traditional Gosspel
Traditional Gosspel
Traditional Gosspel
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Holiday
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Black Gospel
Gospel Choir
Hymns
Instrumental Gospel
Scriptures
Southern Gospel
Spirituals
Traditional Gosspel
Carols
Chanukah
Christmas
Easter
Halloween
Holiday
Thanksgiving
Flute Quartet
Orchestra
Piano Duet
Piano Quartet
Piano Quintet
Piano Trio
String Quartet
String Trio
Wind Ensemblee
Bagpipe
Double Bass
Bassoon
Cello
Clarinet
Flute
Guitar
Harpsichord
Oboe
Insttrumentation
Insttrumentation
Insttrumentation
Insttrumentation
Insttrumentation
Insttrumentation
Insttrumentation
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
Instrument
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B Band/Swing
Big
B
Bop
C
Contemporary
Follk
C
Cool
C
Cool
C
Cool
F
Free
Jazz
F
Free
Jazz
F
Free
Jazz
F
Free
Jazz
F
Free
Jazz
F
Free
Jazz
F
Free
Jazz
F
Free
Jazz
Organ
O
Percussion
P
Piano
P
Trumpet
T
Viola
V
Violin
V
Voice
V
Big
B Band
British
B
Dance Band
ds
Continental
C
Jazz
Dance
D
Bands
Experimental
E
Big Band
B
Jiive
Modern
M
Big Band
Orchestral
O
Jazz
Progressive
P
Big Band
Progressive
P
Jazz
Society
S
Dance Ban
nd
Sweet
S
Bands
Swing
S
Bop
B
Folk-Jazz
F
Chamber
C
Jazz
Cool
C
West
W Coast Jazz
Avant-Garde
A
Jazz
Early
E
Creative
Free
F
Funk
Free
F
Jazz
M-Base
M
Modern
M
Creative
Modern
M
Free
Third
T
Stream
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
JJazz
P
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Fusion
Fusion
Fusion
Fusion
Fusion
Fusion
Hard Bop
Hard Bop
Hard Bop
Hard Bop
Hard Bop
Jump Blues/Piaano Blues
Latin America
Latin Jazz/World Fusion
Latin Jazz/World Fusion
Latin Jazz/World Fusion
Latin Jazz/World Fusion
Latin Jazz/World Fusion
Latin Jazz/World Fusion
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
New Orleans/C
Classic Jazz
Soul Jazz/Groove
Soul Jazz/Groove
Contemporary Jazz
Crossover Jazz
Free Funk
Fusion
Jazz-Pop
Smooth Jazz
Hard Bop
Modal Music
Neo-Bop
Post-Bop
Standards
Jazz Blues
Latin Jazz
African Jazz
Afro-Cuban Jazz
Brazilian Jazz
Cuban Jazz
Latin Jazz
World Fusion
Boogie-Woogiee
Classic Jazz
Dixieland
Dixieland Revivval
Hot Jazz
Mainstream Jazzz
New Orleans Brrass Bands
New Orleans Jaazz
Novelty Ragtim
me
Ragtime
Stride
Trad Jazz
Jazz-Funk
Soul-Jazz
Jazz
Jazz
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Vocal/Standards
V
V
Vocal/Standards
C
CCM/Contempora
ary Gospel
D
Dance
D
Dance
F
Foreign
Language Rock
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
Ballads
B
Standards
S
Latin CCM
Latin Dance
Latin Freestyle
Rock
R
en Espa¤ol
Reggaeton
R
Afro
A Peruvian
Afro-Brazilian
A
Afro-Colombian
A
Andean
A
Folk
Argentinean
A
Folk
Banda
B
Big
B Band Latino
Bolero
B
Boogaloo
B
Bossa
B
Nova
Brazilian
B
Folk
Brazilian
B
Pop
Carnival
C
Cha-Cha
C
Chilean
C
Folk
Choro
C
Corrido
C
Cuatro
C
Cumbia
C
Forro
F
Jiibaro
Latin CCM
Latin Comedy
Latin Folk
Latin Pop
Latin Soul
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
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Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin America
Latin Jazz/World Fusion
Mexican
R&B/Soul
Reggae/Caribbean
dy
Spoken Comed
Tropical
Tropical
Tropical
Tropical
Tropical
Tropical
Tropical
Tropical
Mambo
Mariachi
Modern Son
MPB
New York Salsaa
Norte¤o
Nueva Cancion
Nueva Trova
Onda Grupera
Pachanga
Peruvian Folk
Plena
Quechua
Ranchera
ol
Rock en Espa¤o
Salsa
Samba
Son
Tango
Tejano
Big Band Latino
o
Mexican Folk
Latin Soul
Changui
Latin Comedy
Afro-Cuban
Bachata
Beguine
Beguine Moderrne
Beguine Vide
Compas
Cuban Pop
Guaguanc¢
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
Latin
w Age
New
New
w Age
New
w Age
New
w Age
New
w Age
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
TTropical
T
Tropical
T
Tropical
T
Tropical
T
Tropical
T
Tropical
T
Tropical
E
Electronica
R
Relaxation
R
Relaxation
R
Relaxation
R
Relaxation
D
Dance
D
Dance
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
R
R&B/Soul
Lambada
Merengue
M
Merenhouse
M
Mini
M Jazz
Rhumba
R
Sonero
S
Tropical
T
Ambient
A
Healing
H
Meditation
M
& Relaaxation
Nature
N
Self-Help
S
& Develo
opment
Disco
D
Freestyle
F
Contemporary
C
R&B
Go-Go
G
New
N Jack Swing
Post-Disco
P
Quiet
Q
Storm
Urban
U
Beach
B
Blue-Eyed
B
Soul
Brown-Eyed
B
Soul
Chicago
C
Soul
Country-Soul
C
Deep
D
Funk
Deep
D
Funk Revivall
Deep
D
Soul
Disco
D
Doo
D Wop
Freestyle
F
Funk
F
Go-Go
G
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
R&B
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
Rap
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R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
R&B/Soul
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Hip-Hop/Urban
n
Memphis Soul
Motown
Neo-Soul
New Orleans R&
&B
Northern Soul
Philly Soul
Pop-Soul
Psychedelic Sou
ul
R&B
Retro-Soul
Smooth Soul
Soul
Southern Soul
Uptown Soul
Urban
p
Alternative Rap
Bass Music
British Rap
Comedy Rap
Dirty Rap
Dirty South
East Coast Rap
Foreign Languaage Rap
Gangsta Rap
G-Funk
Golden Age
Hardcore Rap
Hip-Hop
Jazz-Rap
Latin Rap
Hop
Left-Field Hip-H
Midwest Rap
Old School Rap
Rap
p
Rap
p
Rap
p
Rap
p
Rap
p
Rap
p
Rap
p
Rap
p
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Reg
ggae
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
H
Hip-Hop/Urban
M
Musical
Comedy
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
A
Alternative
Country
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
Party
P
Rap
Political
P
Rap
Pop-Rap
P
Southern
S
Rap
Turntablism
T
Underground
U
Rap
West
W Coast Rap
Comedy
C
Rap
Bluebeat
B
Caribbean
C
Folk
Contemporary
C
Regggae
Dancehall
D
DJ
D
Dub
D
Dub
D Poetry
Lovers Rock
Nyahbinghi
N
Political
P
Reggae
Ragga
R
Reggae-Pop
R
Rocksteady
R
Roots
R
Reggae
Ska
S
Smooth
S
Reggae
Alternative
A
Countrry-Rock
Adult
A
Alternative Pop/Rock
P
Alternative
A
Countrry-Rock
Alternative
A
Dance
Alternative
A
Pop/Ro
ock
Alternative
A
Singer//Songwriter
Ambient
A
Pop
American
A
Undergrround
British
B
Trad Rock
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
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Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Alternative/Ind
die-Rock
Rocck
Britpop
C-86
Rocck
Chamber Pop
Rocck
Cocktail
Rocck
Rocck
College Rock
Rocck
Cowpunk
Rocck
Dream Pop
Rocck
Electro-Industrial
Rocck
Emo
Rocck
Free Folk
Rocck
Funk Metal
Rocck
Garage Punk
Rocck
Goth Rock
Rocck
Grunge
Rocck
Indie Electronicc
Indie Pop
Rocck
Indie Rock
Rocck
Industrial
Rocck
Jangle Pop
Rocck
Lo-Fi
Rocck
Madchester
Rocck
Rocck
Math Rock
Rocck
Neo-Glam
Rocck
Neo-Psychedelia
New Wave/Posst-Punk RevivalRocck
New Zealand Rock
Rocck
Noise Pop
Rocck
Rocck
Paisley Underground
und
Rocck
Pop Undergrou
Post-Grunge
Rocck
Post-Rock/Expeerimental
Rocck
Psychobilly
Rocck
Punk Blues
Rocck
Alternative/Indie-Rock
A
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Alternative/IndieRock
A
Art-Rock/Experim
ental
A
Art-Rock/Experim
ental
A
Art-Rock/Experim
ental
A
Art-Rock/Experim
ental
A
Art-Rock/Experim
ental
A
Art-Rock/Experim
ental
A
Art-Rock/Experim
ental
B Band/Swing
Big
B
British
Invasion
B
British
Invasion
B
British
Invasion
B
British
Invasion
B
British
Invasion
C
Contemporary
Follk
C
Contemporary
Follk
D
Dance
D
Dance
D
Dance
D
Dance
Punk
P
Revival
Punk-Pop
P
Queercore
Q
Riot
R Grrrl
Sadcore
S
Screamo
S
Shibuya-Kei
S
Shoegaze
S
Ska-Punk
S
Skatepunk
S
Slowcore
S
Space
S
Rock
Third
T
Wave Ska Reevival
Twee
T
Pop
Avant-Prog
A
Canterbury
C
Scene
Experimental
E
Rockk
Kraut
K
Rock
Neo-Prog
N
Noise-Rock
N
Prog-Rock/Art
P
Rocck
Retro
R
Swing
British
B
Invasion
Early
E
British Pop/R
Rock
Freakbeat
F
Merseybeat
M
Mod
M
Contemporary
C
Singer/Songwriter
Urban
U
Folk
Alternative
A
Dance
Club/Dance
C
Dance-Pop
D
Euro-Dance
E
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Page | 72
Dance
Europop
Europop
Europop
Europop
Europop
Europop
Europop
R
Folk/Country Rock
Folk/Country Rock
R
Folk/Country Rock
R
Folk/Country Rock
R
Folk/Country Rock
R
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Foreign Languaage Rock
Fusion
Hard Rock
Hard Rock
Hard Rock
Teen Pop
AustroPop
Dutch Pop
Eastern Europeean Pop
Euro-Pop
Euro-Rock
German Schlager
Swedish Pop/Rock
British Folk-Rocck
Country-Rock
Folk-Pop
Folk-Rock
Singer/Songwriiter
Aboriginal Rockk
Asian Pop
AustroPop
Chinese Pop
ock
Chinese Pop-Ro
Dutch Pop
Eastern Europeean Pop
Foreign Languaage Rock
French Pop
French Rock
German Schlager
Hong Kong Pop
p
Italian Pop
Japanese Pop
Japanese Rock
Okinawan Pop
Jazz-Rock
Album Rock
Alternative Metal
Arena Rock
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Hard Rock
H
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
H
Hard
Rock
L
Latin
America
M
Modern
Electric Blues
B
P
Pop/Rock
Aussie
A
Rock
Boogie
B
Rock
British
B
Metal
Death
D
Metal/Blackk Metal
Detroit
D
Rock
Doom
D
Metal
Glam
G
Rock
Glitter
G
Goth
G
Metal
Grindcore
G
Guitar
G
Virtuoso
Hair
H Metal
Hard
H
Rock
Heavy
H
Metal
In
ndustrial Metal
Neo-Classical
N
Metaal
New
N Wave of British Heavy Metal
Pop-Metal
P
Power
P
Metal
Progressive
P
Metal
Punk
P
Metal
Rap-Metal
R
Rap-Rock
R
Scandinavian
S
Metaal
Sludge
S
Metal
Southern
S
Rock
Speed
S
Metal
Stoner
S
Metal
Symphonic
S
Black Metal
M
Thrash
T
Latin Rock
Blues-Rock
B
AM
A Pop
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Rock
Page | 73
Pop/Rock
Pop/Rock
Pop/Rock
Pop/Rock
Pop/Rock
Pop/Rock
Pop/Rock
Pop/Rock
Pop/Rock
Pop/Rock
Psychedelic/Gaarage
Psychedelic/Gaarage
Psychedelic/Gaarage
Psychedelic/Gaarage
Psychedelic/Gaarage
Psychedelic/Gaarage
Psychedelic/Gaarage
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Punk/New Wavve
Baroque Pop
Brill Building Po
op
Bubblegum
Celebrity
Comedy Rock
Girl Group
Pop
Pop/Rock
Sunshine Pop
Teen Idol
Acid Folk
Acid Rock
delia
British Psyched
Garage Rock
Obscuro
Psychedelic
p
Psychedelic Pop
American Punkk
Anarchist Punk
British Punk
Garage Rock Reevival
Hardcore Punk
L.A. Punk
Mod Revival
New Romantic
New Wave
New York Punkk
No Wave
Oi!
Post-Hardcore
Post-Punk
Power Pop
Proto-Punk
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Rocck
Sou
undtrack
Sou
undtrack
Punk/New Wave
P
P
Punk/New
Wave
P
Punk/New
Wave
P
Punk/New
Wave
P
Punk/New
Wave
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
R
Rock
& Roll/Rootss
S Rock
Soft
S Rock
Soft
T
Television
Music
T
Traditional
Folk
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
C Recordings
Cast
C Recordings
Cast
Punk
P
Ska
S Revival
Sophisti-Pop
S
Straight-Edge
S
Synth
S
Pop
American
A
Trad Rocck
Bar
B Band
Blues-Rock
B
Frat
F Rock
Heartland
H
Rock
Hot
H Rod
Hot
H Rod Revival
In
nstrumental Rockk
Jaam Bands
Latin Rock
Pub
P Rock
Retro-Rock
R
Rock
R
& Roll
Rockabilly
R
Rockabilly
R
Revival
Roots
R
Rock
Surf
S
Surf
S Revival
Swamp
S
Pop
Tex-Mex
T
Adult
A
Contemporaary
Soft
S Rock
Sports
S
Anthems
Skiffle
S
Aboriginal
A
Rock
In
nternational Pop
Cast
C Recordings
Musicals
M
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Soundtrack
Spoken Word
Spoken Word
Spoken Word
Spoken Word
Spoken Word
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
V
Vocal
P
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Cast Recordinggs
Film Music
Film Music
Film Music
Film Music
Film Music
Film Music
R&B/Soul
Television Mussic
Television Mussic
Television Mussic
Television Mussic
Vocal/Standard
ds
Audiobook
Audiobook
Audiobook
Narrative
Play
Bop
Cast Recordinggs
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Vocal/Standard
ds
Show Tunes
Blaxploitation
Film Music
Movie Themes
Original Score
Soundtracks
Spy Music
Blaxploitation
Cartoon Music
Television Music
TV Soundtrackss
Video Game Music
Show Tunes
Children's
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Speeches
Radio-Play
Vocalese
Musical Theateer
Acappella
ular Song
American Popu
Barbershop Quartet
Cabaret
Harmony Vocall Group
Music Hall
Nostalgia
op
Tin Pan Alley Po
Torch Songs
Traditional Pop
p
Vaudeville
Vocal Jazz
Vocal Pop
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Africa
A
A
Africa
C
Celtic/British
Isles
D
Delta
Blues
E
Eastern
Europe
E
Eastern
Europe
F
Foreign
Language Rock
L
Latin
America
L
Latin
America
M
Mediterranean
M
Mediterranean
M
Mediterranean
M
Mediterranean
M
Mediterranean
M
Mediterranean
M
Mediterranean
M
Mediterranean
M
Middle
East
M
Middle
East
M
Middle
East
M
Middle
East
M
Middle
East
M
Middle
East
M
Middle
East
M
Middle
East
M
Middle
East
N
Non-Western
Classsical Music
N
North
America
N
North
America
N
North
America
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
R
Reggae/Caribbean
n
African-Folk
A
Afro-Beat
A
Pipe
P Bands
Finger-Picked
F
Guittar
Russian
R
Ukranian
U
Kayokyoku
K
Danzon
D
Grupero
G
Greek
G
Folk
Ittalian Folk
Laika
Nissiotiko
N
Rai
R
Rembetika
R
Sharki
S
Turkish
T
Folk
Al-Jil
A
Apala
A
Armenian
A
Folk
Belly
B
Dancing
Hebrew
H
Je
ewish Music
Middle
M
Eastern Po
op
Shaabi
S
Traditional
T
Middlee Eastern Folk
Ceremonial
C
American
A
Jewish Pop
P
Contemporary
C
Nattive America
Traditional
T
Native American
Cadence
C
Calypso
C
Chouval
C
Bwa
S
Sooloos
Colle
ections: Genre
es
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
World
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Reggae/Caribbean
Reggae/Caribbean
Reggae/Caribbean
Reggae/Caribbean
Reggae/Caribbean
Reggae/Caribbean
Reggae/Caribbean
Reggae/Caribbean
Reggae/Caribbean
Scandinavia
Scandinavia
Scandinavia
Scandinavia
Scandinavia
South Asia
South Asia
South Asia
South Asia
South Asia
South Asia
South Pacific
Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia
pe
Western Europ
Western Europ
pe
Western Europ
pe
Western Europ
pe
Western Europ
pe
Western Europ
pe
Western Europ
pe
Western Europ
pe
Western Europ
pe
Worldbeat
Gwo Ka
Junkanoo
Mento
Party Soca
Rapso
Soca
Spouge
Steel Band
Zouk
Finnish Folk
Joik
Norwegian Folkk
Scandinavian Fo
olk
Swedish Folk
Bhangra
Giddha
Indian Art Film Music
Indian Classicall
Indian Folk
Indian Pop
Slack-Key Guitaar
Gamelan
Macapat Poetryy
Andalus Classiccal
Contemporary Flamenco
Fado
Flamenco
French Folk
musik
German Volksm
Musette
Spanish Folk
Switzerland Follk
Chants
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Wo
orld
Worldbeat
W
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
W
Worldbeat
Ethnic
E
Folklore
F
In
ndigenous
In
nternational Folk
Je
ewish Folk
Neo-Traditional
N
Pan-Global
P
Quadrille
Q
Social
S
Commentarry
Traditional
T
Worldbeat
W