Author Topic: How to send Last.fm multiple artists and confusion about "display artist"  (Read 1078 times)

SamVVaeck

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So this is the track I will you to demonstrate my problem:



The track is from Hiroyuki Sawano with 3 performers. I already added his name to the artist field myself as it wasn't there yet and split them like so:



However the track is still being sent to Last.fm as:

2/01/2020 18:10:04 - OK: Hiroyuki Sawano; Yosh, Gemie, mpi - Barricades

Last.fm won't recognise it as they know it without the three performers.Why isn't it just sending Hiroyuki Sawano as he is labeled as the only "artist"?

Any solutions to fix it?

psychoadept

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Make your display artist whatever you want last.fm to receive.
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SamVVaeck

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Make your display artist whatever you want last.fm to receive.

Then I can't see who is involved written under the track. Not really an acceptable solution.

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Then you'll need to make a wishlist request.

Although where are you looking for it under the track? It's possible to display performers separately, or make a virtual tag to display
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SamVVaeck

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Then you'll need to make a wishlist request.

Although where are you looking for it under the track? It's possible to display performers separately, or make a virtual tag to display

I want it to stay like this:


frankz

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Set your Display Artist properly for last.fm and use <Artists> or <Artists:Artist> in your display template.