Just as one of many, many examples have a look at this:
Composition: 24 Preludes for piano Op. 28 by Chopin. I get a few pianists lsited as “Top Performers”. They are totally “at random”. No idea who considered those as “Top performers”.
I also get a trumpet player !!! Now thats great. Never heard these preludes being performed on a trumpet. Do you need more examples? Could you pls fix this or just put this “feature” on hold until it really works. Many Thanks.
Jazz trumpeter Chris Botti includes a version of Prelude No. 20 as the album’s first track. Seems like the algorithm might be off to filter that to a top performer, but neat from a data/discoverability standpoint
Yep, and thats the reason why this whole Valance crap will never work until someone actially filters all the Spam albums cluttering the search results for compositions. I said so after 1.7. They dont listen.
As that is unrealistic, Roon should just turn off that nonsense allrogether and focus on more important things.
I am 74 years old and I claim to have some knowledge of so-called classical music. By subscribing to ROON for life, I unknowingly gave up my free will to commercial algorithmic decisions for the greater number . I pity the youth that will follow me.
it is now almost two months ago that I reported the problem of meaningless “Top Performers” being picked by Roon’s “Intelligence” system.
Nothing has changed here since. @dylan, Could I kindly ask to have an update as to where this issue stands? The example listed above is just a case-in-point for a huge list of similar nonsense. If you need more , please let me know.
As other users have said, the simplest solution would be to just have a kill switch for this and similar kind of well-meaning “suggestions”.