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Comment créer plusieurs collections (classique, jazz, pop) dans Poweramp ?


Pierre
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Bonjour, 

je possède Poweramp sur android et je voulais savoir 2 choses :

1) Yat-il un moyen de créer plusieurs collections (classique, pop) pour sélectionner une collection et n'afficher que cette dernière dans les artistes ou les compositeurs ? Je m'explique ; quand j'écoute du pop ou du rock, si j'affiche l'ensemble des artistes de ma bibliothèque, c'est la pagaille car beaucoup d'artistes classiques sont taggés. Je cherche donc à avoir une entrée classique/pop/jazz qui présélectionne les albums qui m'intéressent. Dans mes dossiers, j'ai un dossier classique, un dossier jazz et un dossier pop.

2) Question subsidiaire : yat-il un moyen d'afficher le nom du compositeur dans l'affichage principal du titre (sans avoir à taper sur les infos du tag) ?

Merci de votre aide.

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1. If you have your genre tags, you can search first by that.

2. there is no way to display the Composer on the main now playing screen at this time. But there have been requests already to be able to customize the title and artist/album lines. Perhaps sometime in the future that will happen including an option for Composer.

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I was about to write pretty much exactly what @MotleyG just said. :)

1. For Genre tags, you can apply multiple terms to any given track - e.g. "Pop ; Instrumental ; Electronic" - and play them back based on any one of those tags in the Genre Category. Separating them by semicolon is a common method, but you can choose your own symbol if you wish (using Settings > Library > Scanner > 'Symbols to Split Multiple Genres' ). A batch tag editor such as TagScanner or MP3Tag on a computer is probably the easiest way to check / edit your files en masse, rather than doing them one-by-one in Poweramp.

2. If such a customisation feature were to be added in the future (it's a relatively common request) I'm sure you would be able to adjust the second line of what is currently the title/artist/album text to something like "%composer% - %album%". See this thread for some further discussion on the subject, including my attempt at a summary of various other posts:

Andre

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