FAQ:How can I find tracks by path?
If you need to find a track using a path, you can do that from the Tracks browser.
Finding A Track By Path
Start by navigating to the Tracks browser, and enabling the Paths column, like this:
Then you can use the Filter feature at the top of the Paths column (on the far-right) to filter for the path of your files. You can type the file name or path into the filter box.
For example, if you were looking for a file in your HD Tracks folder, you could type that right in:
FAQ: There are some tracks missing from one of my albums, how do I find them?
Locating missing tracks If an album is missing tracks, the first step should be locating the missing tracks in Roon. In the event that the tracks were imported to Roon but not grouped into the album, you can locate these tracks using the Find Tracks ...
FAQ: Why didn't Roon find any metadata for my album?
Roon uses our own proprietary process to identify as much of your collection as possible, but there may be some songs or albums in your collection we're not able to match. Usually this is because your version of the album doesn't match any of the ...
FAQ: How can I see what I've played the most?
In Roon it's easy to see the tracks and albums you've played the most! To see the albums you've played the most, go to the album browser and click the Focus button to bring up the Focus pop up. From the Most Played dropdown, focus on your top 25, 50, ...
The Track Browser You can access the Track Browser by clicking the navigation icon , then Tracks. You will see the albums in your library displayed in a screen something like this: The column headings in the Track Browser are customizable. Click the ...
When we set out to create Roon, we felt very strongly that users should have access to honest and precise information describing how their software and hardware devices are performing audio playback. We also felt that great audio hardware should be ...
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