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  1. Same here, 3.5 looks great, but it's pretty slow in displaying the album covers when scrolling. I'm running El Cap.
  2. I'm with you stevecoat. The new layout and tagging systems, is more complicated. I miss the "Show Artist List" in 3.2 where I could change a misplaced/misspelled artist pretty quickly. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that's the problem with library systems in these advanced music apps. They look great, but there's always too much time spent on tagging, organizing and dealing with synching issues. I spent way more time listening and less time fixing in my Decibel & Cog days (and yes, Audirvana sounds better than those, but still...)
  3. Hi, This is my first post here, it's great reading the discussions. I've been using Audirvana for several years, and d/l vers. 3.5.9 the day it was released. Love the sound. While I really like the new look overall - and great mini player view - I want to point out a couple of things, including a consistent CRASH. My system: 2010 mac mini, 2.4ghz, maxed w 16GB memory, running El Cap. Audirvana setup is simple, using built-in output direct to my receiver, no DAC. I do not use Itunes integration or Tidal, nor do I use playlists. I use album view, separated by genres
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