At least one of the reasons the duplication is happening may be that Roon is assigning a different album title to an album when it is coming from Qobuz to the one that it is assigning when the same album is in my local library. For instant the Christian Gerhaher/Gerold Huber album of Schumann songs entitled ‘Frage’ is recognised by Roon as having the title ‘Frage’ when it has been imported from Qobuz, but with the title ‘Schumann: Frage’ when it was imported from my library. In both cases I have the preference for Album title set to Roon (although previously it was set to take the album title from the metadata in my local file).
I understand it is rolling out by time zone.
Same here, iPad Pro 11 and portrait isn’t working for me. Do we need to do anything to enable it?
Roon on iPad 12.9" supports portrait. Roon on the 11" does not.
click on a track or the down arrow next to the play buttons on albums/artists.
The group changes all the time. We require a lot of time from the alpha/beta team, and not everyone can provide it. Unsure why you think it’s stuck to the “original” ones only, but it’s not the case at all.
thought the very same, at first
can’t really check if that’s the case as, as I wrote, I have hundreds of purchased albums (been buying from Qobuz since it’s there: 6-7 years at least I believe) but… looks all purchases have been added anew
What Charles said below…
“Oh man, I think Roon needs to bring in a UI specialist. Not sure what’s going on here, and improvements to the UI is the thing I was looking forward to most, esp the now playing screen. Why feature a giant picture of the artist and not an expanded view of the album cover? A lot of artists in my library don’t have an associated pic (they all have the album cover pic though), so one ends up with a big black or gray screen and tiny lp cover down in the corner. Total fail. Give us total view options please, and not just options for what info is displayed.”
The DSP function for each device is accessed by pressing the volume icon next to the device and then selecting DSP. (There are other ways to access it, too…)
Thank you Roon guys, you made my day! especially with Qobuz in!
(I’ll be happy again when you release a native linux controller although i’m doing fine with windows controller on wine)
Have only had a quick poke around in 1.6 so far, signed up for the Qobuz trial alongside my current TIDAL sub, but I have to say its looking great! Thank you Roonies
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Thanks to Roon for this great update.
My Qobuz beta favorites now synced with Tidal, digital library.
Lot to explore in Radio function
QOBUZ integration : Best news, ever. Thank you !
I’ve just installed V1.6 and Qobuz is already playing my favorite songs. BRAVO !
I assume that it is the Roon updater that - without any additional information - seeks to run osascript, crashes and then gives this error.
Not a great way to upgrade in this day and age…
Totally dumb question. I updated to 1.6 on my pc and tablet. My Qobuz Cedia trial is still running on my desktop. How or where do I find the Qobuz integration in Roon? When I open Roon I can’t find Qobuz anywhere. Do I need to be in the beta test?
Congratulations on the update. I don’t use Quboz, so couldn’t get excited about that, but I do like most of the other changes you’ve implemented, particularly the new and improved radio. That said, as @soundserge has pointed out there does seem to be something amiss with search. I’m also noticing duplicates of the same track (see the first image below), but these double again when you click through to All Track Search Results (see the second image below).
Duplicate Results in Search
Quadruple Results in All Track Search
Open Roon, click on Settings / Services, enter your Qobuz ID and password and here you go!