Roon seems to have problems counting local performances correctly less than 100 percent of the time. I just spent twenty minutes or so perusing some classical albums. In particular, i scanned those performances with 1) many Qobux performances, but 2) no local performances. [why do this? because I have a largish collection, and not to have a composition performance where Qobuz has 100s is surprising.]
To be explicit, I’m using the performance count icons to the right of the composition title such as these:
I assume that the absence of the local icon is Roon’s way of saying “there are no local performances”.
Here’s an example that describes my issue. The following performance:
…is from The Great Pianists of the 20th Century, Edwin Fischer album. Roon shows that Qobuz has 88 performances, whereas my local library has none.
However, when I Focus on this same composition, I get this:
Roon says here that there are 13 local performances in my library (!)
To compound the confusion, go to the composition’s page and select the icon to restrict the output to local performances. Here’s what I get:
Only 1 local performance shown. So, depending upon where you’re looking, I have either 0, 1, or 13 local performances.
Oh, one more take. If I search the Tracks page for this composition (it has only one movement), I get this:
This suggests 7 local performances and 1 duplicate. Go figure.
So, to my problem: how do I go about correcting these inaccurate counts? There are at least dozens of similar discrepancies based upon my admittedly small sample. Is there some macro-command to re-count all of this? Is a re-import necessary to fix things?
Finally, how important is all of this stuff really? Does this glitch deserve a higher priority than, say, launching ARC? Obviously not. But on the other hand, I think that, for Roon’s prestige and price point, glitches like this should not persist.
But that’s just my opinion.
[As always, if I have misanalyzed, profuse apologies for your wasted time.]