The ability to catalogue the library
The ability to produce, print and export a "catalogue" of the music library which could be sorted by album, artist, quality etc.
@frank This is mostly about getting an export of the library I think - missing tracks, multi disc releases and so on are dealt with elsewhere.
frank talbert commented
To see if tracks are missing, how multi disc albums are cataloged. Confirm meta data is what l want to show.
Thanks for sharing that. This is really interesting - I've long thought about something we have lost in the move to sharing - the ability to share your curated music library.
I wonder if something similar would be useful to people. Fits in well with "The Big Idea" too - http://www.blisshq.com/music-library-management-blog/2015/09/08/big-idea/
I voted for this idea. It is something I use to have with "iTunes library tools kit" but as i moved all the files to flac it is not anymore possible. The idea is to create a we based page with the catalog in order to put it on a website easily. Have a look to what has be done here : http://klarita.net/catalog2/catalog.html
I think the intention of Tippo is to have a paper catalogue of all your music physically available to look at. I for myself would like to put all the inlays of the CD-boxes in one large book that I can browse.
Sure, obviously it would also be good to know what can't be fixed in bliss, so I can make it so it can be fixed in bliss!
It would be useful to be able to export a list of the non compliant activity so that it could be printed out to manually resolve each one using tagging software (it's not a generational thing as I am in my 30s!)
Nick Humphries commented
I like the idea of being able to export such data to Excel. This would enable us to sort, sequence, filter and format in whatever we like and then print out. There are still a lot of us that find it easier to refer to paper documents. It's probably a generational thing! (The over 60's)
I'm interested: why? I just want to understand the intent behind the idea.