is there a way to have a seperator in the playlist ?

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quanghai
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is there a way to have a seperator in the playlist ?

Post by quanghai » Wed Feb 07, 2018 1:20 am

hi
is there a way to have a seperator in the playlist ?

i'm thinking for example a playlist of 3 albums ,is there a way to have seperator or anything between the 3 albums that marks the different author or albums or artist

like for example 1) pink floyd (album) 2) radiohead (album) and nirvana (album)

have a playlist with anything that can mark the different album or artist

i'm talking about simple playlist

thanks
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Re: is there a way to have a seperator in the playlist ?

Post by Lowlander » Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:25 pm

Do you mean visual? Did you try a different View like Art with Details?
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Re: is there a way to have a seperator in the playlist ?

Post by JoePublic » Fri Feb 23, 2018 3:18 pm

What I do is use a short, silent music file. I call it a "pause track". It's silent, and just a couple of seconds long. I leave most of the tags blank. Then I insert that track at the appropriate locations in the playlist to visually separate groups of songs.

A few CDs have pause tracks that you can use. Otherwise, you can create your own by various means.

You can just use one "pause track" repeatedly, but MM will ask you to confirm the duplicate add to the playlist. I have several pause tracks to avoid this MM "nag", but that's up to you. (It's not really a "nag". Normally, I want to be alerted if I'm adding a duplicate track to a playlist.)

Hope this helps.

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