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Hi, we are excited to announce that SongKong is now available for any Synology Disk Station that supports Docker (i.e Intel based). If you are not aware of SongKong but are aware of Bliss then you could consider SongKong to be similar type of software, although in many ways it is very different. Its focus is automatic matching of your music via AcoustId/MusicBrainz/Discogs, it can then add very detailed (Roon level) metadata and artwork. SongKong provides automatic song identification for your music, identifying songs, adding metadata and artwork
Hello everyone, For the past year I have been experiencing issues with macOS USB Audio implementation. Ocassionally, when using a USB DAC (in this case a Wadia di122) if there is a track change and the sampling rate is different to the previous track or idle state, there is a sudden burst of distorted audio and white noise coming out of the speakers. It sounds very similar to when one does process little--endian data as if it were big-endian data. You somehow hear the music behind that big mask of white static noise. I have to say this does not happen every
It is called Meta, and I can attest to it's ease of use. I have figured it out and fixed most of the genre tags in my entire music collection this evening. If there is one thing I do not like about it, it would be that the artwork search is an in-app purchase on top of the $19.99 for the program. I did not buy it, I just use The Google. However, it is extremely user friendly, customizable, has every tag I can imagine you needing, and it will let you make your own if you need a special one just for you. Edit: It does let you import and work with your own artwork though, such as th
Now, I’m not going to do this anytime soon, but I need to upgrade my main computer to macOS Sierra. That is the computer with my master iTunes collection. A long story short, but it is still on Mavericks. NO, I thought Mavericks was OK, but I didn’t really like Yosemite. When I finally had the time to upgrade this particular machine to El Capitan, the boot installer I created was made with an El Capitan installer that had the expired certificates. So, that was a no go. I do like Sierra enough to make the jump. As I generally do a clean install, the only thing that worries me when upgradin