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  1. I use MusicBee to organize and tag my music, and MusicBee separates the sub-genres I add to it like the first picture, in 2 different lines. Poweramp only reads these as one and only reads the first genre. It would be nice to not have to re-edit the tags into on line like the second picture just for Poweramp. If there is a way to make MusicBee save as one genre as the default or have Poweramp read multiple genres lines, please tell me both of these music players have a ton of features.
  2. I'm tempted to but the full version, however I'm missing one feature that is essential for the way I sort music. I want to be able to assign multiple genres to one song. The song would then appear in both the genres lists. As an example, I have a song that consists out of DnB, but there's rap on top of it. I would like to give this song both the genres rap and DnB. So I can hear the song when I listen to rap and when I listen to DnB. I hope this feature would be as simple as using a , or / in between genres to assign multiple genres for a song, however I don't know how this works i
  3. Hi, Poweramp lacks this very basic feature. There are lots of thread on the problem, but tldr, Poweramp does not parse multiple genres separated by ;, / or whatever. Instead, it just reads 'Techno; Dance; Electronic' as a single genre. Foobar2000 android already has this feature. It has been suggested at least since 2011. 6 years later, Im still not able to find a proper answer from the devs on this issue. Would seem like a small fix, if the codebase is flexiable enough. Switching to foobar2000 till this is fixed. Thanks for a great music player.
  4. This has probably been requested before, but it would be nice if Poweramp could properly read tags with multiple entries. For example, the problem I'm having is with genre tagging. I use MusicBee to organise the music on my PC and it lets me put say "Blues Rock; Punk Blues; Alternative Rock; Garage Rock Revival; Garage Punk; Indie Rock; Folk" for a genre tag, then the track is listed under each individual genre eg. "Blues Rock". The semi-colon acts as a separator. Problem is when I sync to Poweramp I end up with "Blues Rock; Punk Blues; Alternative Rock; Garage Rock Revival; Garage Punk; Indie
  5. When I edit or tag my music, I see no "Dubstep" or "Moombahcore"... It seems that every other music genre is mentioned
  6. hi, i do need this feuture very much. how i see this function: user picks genres category then picks genre, for example, "blues". User has 9 artists of the genre, who have 4 albums. in your case user needs pick 1 of 36 albums, although he really knows he wants to choice album number 3 of artist number 5. it forces to scroll. or user wants to listen to artist discography by years: if you pick genre and then sort by year, it results your artists are confusing. it is inconvenient. i offer to add position "artist" in genres or to let user picks that in program settings.
  7. Hi, This is the best player by far, what would make it perfect for those who have large library organized by multiple genres would be the following Improvement : Multiple genres examples: Electronic; Trance; Progressive Classic; Modern Special genres examples (further grouping): Electronic; Chill; Psy; +Vocals Electronic; Trance; /Melancholic Electronic; Downtempo; +Vocals Electronic; House; +Transition Option to change the way Genres are shown in the browser : Separated (Ex. All songs with vocals) Electronic Chill Psy +Vocals… Concatenated (Ex. All Psy-Chill songs with vocals
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