eMusic’s New and Improved Functionality

So, you just downloaded an album or ripped tracks from old CDs or vinyl, and you’re ready to upload it to your My Music Cloud. You then notice that Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of you” was uploaded as Luis Fonsi’s or that Kendrick Lamar’s “DAMN” appears as released in 2001.

We’ve all had this happen to us, right?

As your personal My Music Cloud is the core of enjoying your music, eMusic has improved its functionality to deal with these exact issues.

Any album you upload to the eMusic cloud is now marked by an upwards pointing arrow to help distinguish between your uploads and the albums that were purchased on eMusic.

You’ll notice that the more options menu now contains the option to easily and efficiently edit metadata, including: the album title, artist name and the release year. In addition, you can add up to 5 genres or sub genres.

If you come across an album where the track artist isn’t synced with the album artist, all you have to do is check the box to match all tracks to the album artist. You can also edit the track artists individually, if for example you have a compilation of various artists by using the more options menu for individual tracks.

The order of the tracks is all messed up? No problem. There’s a solution for that too!
You can arrange them in the correct order by editing their track numbers and even move tracks to another album they ended up in the wrong place.

Just got a hold of Leonard Cohen’s 3 disc “classics” collection and found the cd’s scattered around the cloud? You can combine all three into one album and within it, divide the tracks into separate discs.

We know what you’re thinking. What about the album art? Well, you can rest assured that this too is on our to-do list! Soon you’ll be able to attach an album art, if missing or change it if it’s incorrect.

At eMusic, we care about our users and consistently keep improving to assure that you stay satisfied and get the best user experience possible.

Keep checking out our blog or join our social communities on Reddit, Facebook and Twitter to keep up with the latest news and release updates.

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