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post #19 of 28
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I use MOG, but am leaning towards streaming my own library via Google.

 

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I ripped all my CDs to ALAC and also have quite a few 24-bit/192kHz files, mostly needle drops of vinyl albums.

 

Yeah, I see now. I ripped a CD using ALAC and it's about 3x the size of a 320 mp3 rip.


Never heard of it 'til now but I realise why:

 

Shame as the biggest bugbear I have with Spotify is the lack of filtering and organisation of playlists; it's bordering on archaic whereas MOG is filterable and easy from what I've read.

If/when MOG becomes available here I'll definitely give it a go, thanks.

post #20 of 28
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Never heard of it 'til now but I realise why:

 

Shame as the biggest bugbear I have with Spotify is the lack of filtering and organisation of playlists; it's bordering on archaic whereas MOG is filterable and easy from what I've read.

If/when MOG becomes available here I'll definitely give it a go, thanks.

 

Bummer. I was comparing catalogs and based my unscientific methods, MOG and Spotify are about the same. I know MOG is available in Canada, I've used it there, but it's a smaller company than Spotify and might be eaten up eventually.

post #21 of 28
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Shame as the biggest bugbear I have with Spotify is the lack of filtering and organisation of playlists; it's bordering on archaic whereas MOG is filterable and easy from what I've read.

 

What kind of filtering are you trying to do? Having only a specific artist in a playlist show up?

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Shame as the biggest bugbear I have with Spotify is the lack of filtering and organisation of playlists; it's bordering on archaic whereas MOG is filterable and easy from what I've read.

 

What kind of filtering are you trying to do? Having only a specific artist in a playlist show up?


No just simple alphabetical playlist sorting. It seems to be "too difficult" for Spotify so everything with playlists has to be manual. Every new album or playlist needs to be created and then manually dragged to it's correct position in the list to be alphabetized. :/

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Shame as the biggest bugbear I have with Spotify is the lack of filtering and organisation of playlists; it's bordering on archaic whereas MOG is filterable and easy from what I've read.

 

What kind of filtering are you trying to do? Having only a specific artist in a playlist show up?


No just simple alphabetical playlist sorting. It seems to be "too difficult" for Spotify so everything with playlists has to be manual. Every new album or playlist needs to be created and then manually dragged to it's correct position in the list to be alphabetized. :/

 

Maybe we're running a different version of Spotify, but I'm able to by just clicking on Artist or Album at the top of the playlist. 

 

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Shame as the biggest bugbear I have with Spotify is the lack of filtering and organisation of playlists; it's bordering on archaic whereas MOG is filterable and easy from what I've read.

 

What kind of filtering are you trying to do? Having only a specific artist in a playlist show up?


No just simple alphabetical playlist sorting. It seems to be "too difficult" for Spotify so everything with playlists has to be manual. Every new album or playlist needs to be created and then manually dragged to it's correct position in the list to be alphabetized. :/

 

Maybe we're running a different version of Spotify, but I'm able to by just clicking on Artist or Album at the top of the playlist. 

 


No I meant sorting the playlists themselves (in the left hand panel) - It all has to be done manually via drag and drop so as soon as you get more than a page of playlists it takes forever to drag, drop and sort via alphabetical. :/

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What kind of filtering are you trying to do? Having only a specific artist in a playlist show up?


No just simple alphabetical playlist sorting. It seems to be "too difficult" for Spotify so everything with playlists has to be manual. Every new album or playlist needs to be created and then manually dragged to it's correct position in the list to be alphabetized. :/

Maybe we're running a different version of Spotify, but I'm able to by just clicking on Artist or Album at the top of the playlist. 




No I meant sorting the playlists themselves (in the left hand panel) - It all has to be done manually via drag and drop so as soon as you get more than a page of playlists it takes forever to drag, drop and sort via alphabetical. :/

Ahh. I had never really thought about that before. It would be nice. I would also like it of you could group playlist together and collapse down to the group level.
post #26 of 28

You can via "File > New Playlist Folder" :)

I have:

- Playlists
- Albums
- Compilations
- Singles
- Soundtracks

Inside those I file everything but it's still a pain in the backside sorting hundreds of albums alphabetically. ;)

post #27 of 28
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You can via "File > New Playlist Folder" :)

I have:

- Playlists
- Albums
- Compilations
- Singles
- Soundtracks

Inside those I file everything but it's still a pain in the backside sorting hundreds of albums alphabetically. ;)

 

Awesome. Learned something new. Thanks.

post #28 of 28

6002 songs 18.8 days 24.71 GB

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