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  1. Exactly right. I'm in the process of putting together a short "intro to Conductor" video with both high-level overview of the app and also some more "advanced" tips. I would very much appreciate any ideas about EXISTING FEATURES ONLY that need better documentation. I will try to cover as much as possible.
  2. @mmeeks thank you very much for the feedback and feature request. In fact, you are not the only one who has requested better sorting options for Qobuz "favorite" content. Sorting options for streaming content favorites depends on the API provide by the streaming partner. Qobuz is currently working on expanded sorting functionality. It will just be a matter of time, and we don't have a timeline at this time. What time is it anyway? In the meanwhile, did you know that with streaming content you can use the "Add to Library" feature to essentially import streaming content into your Aurender local library, which you can sort by artist, album, release date, composer etc. etc. To "Add to Library" press and hold on any album or song and then tap "Add to Library." You can use the "select multiple" function to select more than one item at a time to "Add to Library" in a batch of up to 10 items. I hope this helps.
  3. @blugosi thank you very much for the heads up. I have reported it to our software team. I don't think you need to report it to Apple.
  4. No worries! There will be an AMM update to go along with the new Aurender system software in a few days. Sorry for the inconvenience in the mean time! Sometimes being a beta tester has its pros & cons...
  5. @blugosi which iPad are you using and what version of iOS is it running?
  6. @Foxman50 I think the problem is that you are using beta firmware on your Aurender. As you can see from the other users who have chimed in above, this is not a universal problem. I will follow up with you via [email protected] to get you fixed up.
  7. @AudioDoctor Yes, mechanical parts are prone to fail eventually. Aurender did take this into account in designing A30 and ACS10. The drives in use are rated for 10,000 insert/eject cycles. The hardware designers also set it up so that the drives are easily replaceable by authorized Aurender dealers & distributors in the field, or by our Irvine, CA service center.
  8. @The Computer Audiophile we don't have a list of compatible devices, but anything running Android V7 "Nougat" or later should be fine. It's available for both tablets and phones. We tested it with a few different Samsung Galaxy models, LG and Google Pixel 1 and 3. If your Android OS version is lower than V7, the Conductor app will not be available in the Play Store.
  9. By the way, has anybody tried the new full-featured Android app? Thoughts? Feelings? Questions? Concerns? Thank you for any feedback.
  10. @honeymustardsteve Yes, unfortunately it is due to the old iPad/old iOS version. Our software team says that a fix for this particular problem is on the way in the next few days. However, as Aurender continues to develop software for iOS 12 + and simultaneously on the Android platform, Conductor’s support for iOS9 and earlier will probably expire this year. Sorry about that.
  11. Thank you. This is an issue that we are aware of and have fixed for the next update. It has to do with a slight change in the field mapping of Qobuz metadata, which as Chris mentioned, has to do with the source of the content.
  12. @Quadiffusor HK I think you're misunderstanding how this would work - I think we're both talking about the same thing: a feature where the whole album's worth of tracks would be rate-able in one command. Then, when you use the "star" filter to view albums that you have starred or "favorited", all of those tracks from all of those albums will show up. Of course they'll still be sorted and browesable by complete album, not just by track. This completely accomplishes the goal of what you're trying to achieve:
  13. @Quadiffusor HK you'll be pleased to know (as am I) that we are prioritizing a feature where one can assign a star rating to all tracks on the album with one command. You can then go back and adjust the number of stars for each individual track if you want. So, it is still track-by-track based ratings, but you don't have to assign them one-by-one. This will be easier than creating a new database field for album-associated ratings. Please don't ask "when"...if I had an answer to that question I would share it!
  14. @Metnoc no direct replacement to N100C is planned at this time. N100H/C are likely to remain in the product line up as they are for the foreseeable future.
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