Roon looks at your music and finds photos, bios, reviews, lyrics, and concert dates, and makes connections between artists, composers, performers, conductors, and producers. What you get is a searchable, browsable magazine about your music. This experience is built around our browsers, accessible by clicking the navigation icon at the top left of the Roon window. The browsers are as follows:
  1. Overview
  2. Genres
  3. Discover
  4. TIDAL
  5. Artists
  6. Albums
  7. Tracks
  8. Composers
  9. Compositions
  10. Internet Radio
  11. Playlists
  12. Tags

History Each browser allows you to dive into your collection in ways you never could before. Use Focus to find exactly what you want, create bookmarks to save something for later, or use tags to meticulously filter and organize your collection. Dive in!

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