Hey @vladimirkl – we took a look at this, and I think we understand the issue. The real underlying problem is this [quote=“vladimirkl, post:5, topic:21753”]
composition names are created from Roon titles and I don’t see easy way to change this
Compositions aren’t actually “created from Roon titles” – the represent rich contextual data about the tracks based on what we know from our metadata providers about the its composers, it’s composition date, and the other recordings of the composition in your local library and on TIDAL. I understand you want to just hide this away, but as you’ve mentioned, editing of composition titles isn’t yet available in Roon.
I think there may be a better way here, which will allow you to get accurate track titles and still have access to the composition data and links. Can you go into the edit screen for this album and click Identify?
On the screen above, you should be able to confirm that your version of the album matches Roon’s metadata – make sure the track names match on both sides, and rearrange if they don’t. You can also use the arrows under the cover to find the version of the album that best matches your edition.
Once your tracks are matched correctly to Roon’s track level metadata, I think this should all be accurate here.
We have heard some requests lately to allow for people to edit, disable, or configure queue handling of compositions. We haven’t made any decisions in these areas, but we have heard the feedback. I know this seems like a simple case, but there are many many cases we need to consider, and for now I’ll just say that composition browsing is a big part of Roon and the app is still going to work much better overall if you match your files to the right metadata, even if you’re not interested in browsing 7 covers of Moonchild.
Lastly, it’s possible that I’ve misunderstood the issue here – if that’s the case, could you upload the album somewhere like Dropbox, and PM me a link so I can take a look? Thanks @vladimirkl!