- When you type in a tracklist name, the system will automatically search for other songs by that band, and give auto-complete suggestions. These suggestions will automatically fill in the romaji, if it was specified before.
This only works if you already selected an artist, and does not
work for omnibuses. Sorry!
Click and hold the ⮁ button and drag to rearrange tracks. Click + to add a spot for a track directly below the current one.
add tracks adds spaces for several additional tracks at once.
add disc and add section will separate the tracklist into discs and sections, respectively.
“Disc” is used generically here, and refers to separate items within the same set, e.g. CD and DVD.
“Section” is used for sections within one item
, e.g. “Side A” and “Side B” on the same demotape.
All discs and sections need a name, even if it's as simple as “CD.” Again, use the “most official” name, or as brief a name as possible if no official name was provided.
show artist display names
- show artists gives the option to specify an artist for each track—this is useful for random guest appearances on releases. Omnibus releases have this option shown by default.
can be used if an artist appeared on a release, but under a different name. Note that display name
within the “Basics” section should be used if the entire
release was made by an artist under a different name.
For tracks that don't really have an artist (e.g. an uncredited SE on an omnibus), you can put (omnibus)
((オムニバス)) as the artist (and add a display name if you wish).
1. Song A
- To save time, you can copy tracklists directly from websites and paste them into one of the tracklist boxes, and the system will automatically separate them. This works for tracklists in the following format:
2. Song B
3. Song C
- clear tracklist is mainly useful when duplicating releases (see Advanced editing).