Think of a zone as a room in your house, or as an output device that you use to play audio. Roon is a multi-room system, so it supports playback of music to one or more Zones. The very bottom area of Roon's user interface, called the footer, is ...
Introduction This document is meant to serve as a technical reference to Roon's metadata model. Roon models your metadata in an object graph. This means that there are a set of objects--such as albums, tracks, performers, performances, compositions, ...
Start with a Roon Core
What is the Core? The Core is media server software that runs on a powerful computer, NAS, or turnkey appliance (like Nucleus or ROCK), located on the network within your home. (For more information on how it fits in with Control and Output ...
Sound Quality in One Computer
This page is for people who want to run Roon's Core, Control, and Output components all in one computer. This is not how you get the best sound quality from Roon. For the final word on Sound Quality and Roon, please check out Sound Quality. Overview ...
FAQ: Where's the loop button?
You can find the loop button in the Queue, which is accessible by clicking the currently playing song, or clicking the Queue icon in the bottom bar. Click the loop icon once to loop the items in the Queue indefinitely, or click it twice to loop the ...