http://dailyrindblog.com/newsletter/iTunesStyleGuide_July2015.pdf (Look at from p.39)
Nice link, thanks
Maybe these ones are of use as wellhttp://blog.musichi.eu/post/2874852211/the-zen-of-classical-music-tagging-part1-thehttp://blog.musichi.eu/post/3617245298/the-zen-of-classical-music-tagging-part-2-with
At page 39 of the Apple guide I of course immediately took offence
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is correct.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus is incorrect!
This is about classical artist names!
If this is about Artist please give me that true authentic performance by Mozart himself.
iDiots those Apple guys.
I’m firmly in the Last, First camp.
Anybody a bit familiar with programming knows that First/Last to Last/First is hard and Last/First to First/Last is easy thanks to this comma.
Beside if you want to prefix an album of a composition with the composers name, you won’t type it, you will use a formula. In this case Last/First is the one you need.
Anyway, I don’t think it should be about this kind of standards.
MusicBee should provide facilities to handle classical, not constrains.
You proposed a very elaborate tagging schema.
Nothing wrong with the schema but the burden is to populate it.
That’s the reason I use the MusiCHI tagger.
It knows the anatomy of a classical recording and can split it into these kinds of items.
It also features an extensive database with composers, performers and works.
This is a great help in keeping your tagging consistently spelled.
I don’t expect MusicBee to emulate this.