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Shocking
post Jan 19 2013, 12:12
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Apologies if this isn't the correct place to post this, but if someone could quickly knock up a script for Google I'd be ever so grateful.

I've been trying to create one myself for a good few weeks now but unfortunately it's a little beyond me.

All I need is the artist, released, label and tracks field, along with the genre of course.

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post Jan 19 2013, 23:34
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ZITAT(Shocking @ Jan 19 2013, 12:12) *
...I've been trying to create one myself for a good few weeks ...
All I need is the artist, released, label and tracks field, along with the genre of course.
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It would be much easier if you published the code you have already implemented. as then one could correct only the erroneous parts.
Also: why does it have to be google play musik (uk) if there are scripts for discogs (and other sources)?


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post Jan 20 2013, 10:39
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QUOTE (ohrenkino @ Jan 19 2013, 22:34) *
It would be much easier if you published the code you have already implemented. as then one could correct only the erroneous parts.
Also: why does it have to be google play musik (uk) if there are scripts for discogs (and other sources)?


Simply because I've noticed that, with Google, for the majority of the music I listen to they do not put the featuring artist in brackets next to the title. I've come to learn that it's fine using cloud-based services like iTunes Match and Amazon Cloud Player, but for Google the track then uploads instead of matches when I try to upload to their cloud. If I then make my tags exactly the same as listed on the Google store the original track which uploaded then matches, which makes me believe Google does not just take an acoustic fingerprint of the track, ID3 tags also play an important roll in the scan-and-match process. Many, many tests have confirmed this for me.
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post Jan 20 2013, 11:18
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OK. And now: what code have you written so far that does work?
Good would be comments to see what feature you tried to cover with that particular code.


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post Jul 28 2016, 13:02
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Any progress here?
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