New music folder created after updating to build 710

Core Machine (Operating system/System info/Roon build number)

Sonictransporter i5

Network Details (Including networking gear model/manufacturer and if on WiFi/Ethernet)

Linksys E6900 ethernet

Audio Devices (Specify what device you’re using and its connection type - USB/HDMI/etc.)

Ultrarendu ethernet/usb

Description Of Issue

After the update to build 710 roon created a new Storage folder called “Music Folder”. the original storage folder called (sonictransport/storage/music/) is still visible. When I access roon through an iOS device the number of albums is doubled but when I access roon through the Mac it shows the correct number of albums. The other odd thing is if I disable the new folder (“Music Folder”) the number of albums is now correct on both the Mac and iOS device but music will not play as it says tracks unavailable. However if I enable the new folder (“Music Folder”) and disable the original folder (sonictransport/storage/music/) I now have the correct number of albums and the music plays. My music files are still located on the sonictransporter in the folder storage/music. Is this an expected operation from the update and if it is should I remove the original folder (sonictransport/storage/music/) from Roon.

Hi @Mike_McAuliffe,

I’d recommend removing the second watched folder and leaving just Music Folder. Things should work for you as expected after that. Thanks!

Hi Dylan
Your suggestion worked.
Thanks for your assistance


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