You can edit your tracks by clicking the edit icon at the end of the track’s row. These are the details which are uploaded in your metadata, and which are visible on your player.
- Download individual track
- Track Title
- Track Display Title - displayed on Search Players and the admin
- Track Number - format can be whole numbers or decimals
- Return to Album level edit and/or download album
- Version - pick from predefined list or create new
- Last Update - non editable data
- Status: active or inactive - relevant for Search Players
- Cancel changes or Save changes
- Keywords - mulitlingual options available for Search Players
- Track Description - mulitlingual options available for Search Players
- Alternate Title - for API/ Custom build players
- Composer/Arranger - free text field
- Publisher - free text field
- Release Date - mandatory data
- Genre/Style - multiple words allowed. Single words recommended for Search Hard Drives
- Tempo - can be words or numbers
- BPM - for sound design 0 is accepted
- Mixout - fade, end and echo are some examples
- Frequency - data is pulled from the original ingestion data
- Bit rate - data is pulled from the original ingestion data
- File Details - data is pulled from the original ingestion data, wav audio, and upload date
- Get Originator Data (not available on originator labels) - receive updated data from the originators account
Editing your track information will not automatically edit this information for any sub-publishers to whom the content has already distributed. They will have to click the ‘Update’ button under the Get Originator Data for this information to update, and they will lose any changes they have made.
You can edit the Categories for each individual track.
- Set up Categories via Music > Categories
- View assigned categories
- Choose category
- Select sub-category to assign to track
You can edit the Related Tracks for each individual track. Currently available to API / Custom Players only.
- Select label - choose label within account
- Select album - choose album within selected label
- Search - load tracks from selections
- Select tracks to add as a related track
- Add creates the relationship
Clicking next will save your changes and move onto the next track.