I had all my albums (close to 6,000) and files (more than 100,000) arranged a specific way in my old iTunes library. When I switched to Roon, my album art was changed, the titles were changed, and even the artists were changed. I no longer know which album is which. Most specifically, in the case when I have various re-masterings or releases, I cannot tell which is which. If an artist recorded the same music on different occasions, I cannot tell which recording is which.
Is there a way to have Roon render all the files on a drive and important them as a Roon library without changing all these things (i.e., art, titles, etc.) that I have patiently built up over the years?
Thank you so much. I guess I have a lot to learn with this software.
But here is my new problem. You have shown me how to set up input. How do I now clear my Roon library and start from fresh? Changing these settings now does not revert to what I had. So I think I need to start from scratch.
I found a post about this, which seems to say I go into “settings”. But where? In Roon or on my Mac? I try to find Roon library on my Mac, and it doesn’t seem to exist. Specifically, I am told to remove “Users/USERNAME/Library/Roon,” But when I type this (with my user name) in finder, there is no file called “Library/Roon.” When I user finder, the only thing I find under “Roon” is the shortcut.