FAQ: When I press Play Artist, how does Roon choose the songs to play?
When you press Play Artist, Roon randomly shuffles and plays that artist's discography, as well as any tracks they are featured on.
FAQ: What play options are available for artists, albums, composers, genres, and tracks?
When you see something you like in Roon, you generally have 2 options for how you want to play it: Play, and Radio. If music is already playing, you'll also have the option to add songs or albums to the play queue, either at the end of the queue or ...
FAQ: How do I build playlists in Roon? How do I edit them?
Playlists vs the Queue The first thing to understand about Roon is that there is a difference between Playlists and the Queue. When you select a track or album to play, it is slotted into the Queue for playback. As you queue more songs, they are ...
FAQ: How do I select songs or albums? What can I do?
Selecting You can select tracks, albums, and lots of other things from almost any screen in Roon. To select something, right-click when using a mouse, or press and hold when using a touch interface. Once you've selected something, a selection bar ...
FAQ: How do I use Roon and HQPlayer together?
HQPlayer Integration Roon can stream directly to HQPlayer, whether both applications are running on the same machine or if they're on different machines on your network. HQPlayer 3.12.0 or higher is required Setting Up Roon And HQPlayer To set up ...
FAQ: How do I set up my NAS in Roon?
In Settings, click Storage, then click Add Folder. Roon will monitor folders for new music. Your files are left in the folder and won't be copied or modified in any way unless you explicitly choose to add or remove them from your library. In the Add ...
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