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post #16 of 20
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Originally Posted by staatsof View Post

Isn't this going to result in you have the same file stored more than once in mulitple folders?



 


Only if you use this method in addition to also loading the albums onto the player.

 

post #17 of 20

yes I think it will...I've done the folder thing and just used mp3 tag to change the artist on each of the songs to 'workout' that way I don't have copies of the same songs in my database


 

post #18 of 20

So then you don't load albums onto the player?

What do you do if you actually want to listen to the album?

 

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post #19 of 20
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Originally Posted by staatsof View Post

So then you don't load albums onto the player?

What do you do if you actually want to listen to the album?

 

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My approach is simpler....I don't bother with playlists. I either listen to an album, shuffle one artist, or shuffle all that's on the player.happy_face1.gif

 

post #20 of 20

@stattsof - some music for my gym playlist I only have in that folder, other stuff I have the album on the DAP as well.  To prevent 'doubling up' in the database, I have been dragging mp3's into my 'workout' folder and then changing all of the id3 tags for artist (since I normally navigatte my music by artist) to 'workout' that way my workout music appears under the artist 'workout' on the DAP.  There may be a much better system and the problem I'm running into is to get it to play in a particular order I have to change the track tags as well or I can just shuffle it


 

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