First of all I'd like to mention that I have read and browsed through the forum to see if my question was already asked (and maybe answered) before. I couldn't really find what I was looking for, but to be honest I really don't understand what most people are talking about here.
Almost everybody who's helping with questions from users are talking about action types and format strings. This doesn't say anything to me and I can't find these actions back in the menu's. I just type in my information manually for each track. This might be a very illogical and discursive? (hope that's the right word) way of doing it, but it works for me on principle.
So if my question is a bit dumb or yet as been asked by another user, accept my apologies and if necessary redirect me. Thanks in advance.
And now my question...
I have an artist called: Current Value, which has many albums in my audio library. Now I want to add a track which is a collaboration between Current Value & Forbidden Society. But if I type those two names in the artist field it will create a new artist alongside Current Value and that is: Current Value & Forbidden Society.
What I would like to happen is, that I can enter two names in the artist field (maybe with some sort of format string) and that the track will appear under artist Current Value and under artist Forbidden Society. And not to create a new artist as it were in my audio library like I mentioned above.
The way I've done it up till now is, pick the artiest which I have the most music of and put his name in the artist field (Current Value) and than in the contributing artiest field (properties of a music file in windows 7) I put the complete name of the collaboration (Current Value & Forbidden Society). The track than appears only under 1 artist (Current Value) but if I queue the track, the track info will also say (Current Value & Forbidden Society). Not quite what I want, but in this way I've got the complete information of the track. And that's way better than 100 variations of 1 artist.
I hope that someone can help me!
Thanks in advance,