Hm, My solution to that was to tag by Album if I thought it was something specific or different than the "norm",,,
The Artist based, LastFM Genre search, however, doesn't account for the cross genre/etc either,, <at least not that I have been able to find> So the other list wouldn't really change the artist based genre search, would it? But might allow more flexability with mass tagging since the file could be changed at whim,
I cant get the tagging to work properly. I use custom field 1 as nationality and made a whitelist with many countries including Norway (norw%=Norway). I use album search mode but genrefinder wont find norway. So I try running with the "tag with multiple values". option. Then was Norway found in custom field 1. Why does it only work with that option on?
I believe this an IE limitation as it will only allow two simultaneous connections. I guess I could try and write a mode into the queue where it waits for another to become available, but it might be best for you to just try on only use one at a time, as Last.Fm has a limit of 1 request per second and will block your IP address if you abuse this. My script is designed to abide by this, but if there's another script making requests as well then you will be abusing it.
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First awesome script. I have only 2 (performance) issues. First suppose I have 100 tracks of same artist. 99 are correctly tagged last one not. I run the script it finds this track and offers change for this artist. All 100 tracks will be updated (see 100 tracks to be tagged in status bar) it may take a while if you have many songs of the same artist. Second issue. Let say I have artist set to artist 1; artist 2;. Script will look for both artists but after I accept the change anyway only tag comming from artist 1 is used (that's assuming I have set it to 1 value per genre). Second will be ignored anyways so why look for hat artist in first place?