How do you organize your music, /mu/?
I've got a headache trying to figure out how to see my recently added tracks with MusicBee. The only saving grace of iTunes was that simple feature, it helped me sort through what I'm currently listening to.
Other than that I have folders and sub-folders by genre on my hard disk.
Organize by artist. It's the only way to live life.
When you add a track to you music file(s), you have to re-scan with Music Bee said file for it to pick it up. From there, it should go to your inbox and then you can move it to your normal library. You can, of course, change settings to get around all of this, but you have to crawl before you can walk.
Hope that helps.
Music folder (i.e. My Music)
Artist Name - Album
Doesn't MusicBee has a Recently Added smart playlist by default? I deleted all those stock playlists but I'm sure you could recreate it
There's only one real album worthy to listen to in the shallow cannon that is; pop music.
Pic related. Thoughts? Discuss.
Cool man, nice of you to admit but we're talking about this album. Unless you have any real points to discuss then pass along, thanks. Sorry, I'm new to /mu/. Normally a /lit/ poster
>this ugly numale has a gf and you don't
What gives, /mu/?
ugly compared to whom? I'm not gay but he seems pretty cute and almost guaranteed to at least not be overweight even in the slightest. Probably a fair chance he's actually underweight but thats generally preferable to being over.
What does /mu/ think of PartyNextDoor?
He just released a new song with Drake and it's pretty cool desu.
>friendly reminder that PartyNextDoor used to look like this
i unironically believe that he could become the most interesting thing to happen to R&B in a long time, since the start of this decade at the very least
his first two mixtapes are bursting with raw potential and that colours EP that he dropped is legitimately amazing
i'm just here waiting for him to put out something new
>implying Sleep isn't a masterpiece
>tfw reading Scaruffi's article on the Beatles
Why are Beatles' fans so fucking pathetic?
You hear that they're the greatest ever from a young age and you tag along because you're "supposed to". Beatles fans probably haven't even heard of the Red Crayola or the United States of America
it scares me desu, I mean I love the Beatles, to the point where I've read biographies, followed solo careers etc, but it genuinely freaks me out how they seem to attract that extremist line of thought. Paul is dead, Manson, MDChapman, dude who tried to kill Harrison....why do they seem to attract so much insanity?
I know literally fuck-all about music. I used to listen to Zeppelin, The Who, and Sabbath back about 14 years ago.
I just listened to two songs by Danzig: 'Mother', and 'How the Gods Kill'.
Both of those shits fucking rocked.
What's the deal? Am I a pleb, or are those songs actually good?
t. /ck/, /lit/, /tv/, /sp/ poster
pic not related
I've recently come to the realization that I'm really a pretty stupid person. What kind of music do stupid people like? Gonna get rid of a lot of my pretentious shit and embrace my stupidity.
the kind of percussion used on this songs.. what is it called like? is it like a sole genre of trip hop or something?
>they might be giants - they'll need a crane
Lately a lot of the stuff I've been listening to reminds me of a very close friend who I parted ways with recently. I think it's cause we both bonded so much over our love of music. It's sad, but it turned out he was literally crazy and didn't know how to handle his feelings and he ended up trying to hurt me but hurting himself instead. :^(
I don't get it. I mean it's an ok pop album, but why do people put it on a pedal stool and call it a masterpiece so often?
Is the love for them real, or is it just a meme?
I love them genuinely. I wondered if everyone was just joking when I first got into them too, and the meme-loving fanbase makes it confusing
This song almost made me cry once:
What's the appeal?