tidusjar/Ombi

Music and Album searches

Elrique64 asked for this feature 3 months ago — 6 comments

Elrique64 commented 3 months ago

Currently, the music search is based on albums. I suggest that instead of albums, perhaps search for artists. (Have a toggle, maybe?) I know what artists I want for media, most people do. But they might not know what songs the artist has on which album. Unless you are a complete musicophile, not a lot of people can tell you exactly which album has what songs.

Allowing a search for artist, and then drill down to the albums of that artist, listing the individual songs would make this a lot less painful for some users.

12nick12 commented 3 months ago

Agreed with this. And maybe an individual song request

tidusjar commented 3 months ago Admin

This is a good idea, the main problem is MusicBrainz and Headphones. Both API's are very difficult to work with and are very error prone, this is the main reason why I have not made any more Music features. 50% of the time the MusicBrainz api does not return the correct results (if any) and also headphones will randomly not accept any API requests, or will process something half way through...

| BAS-MB commented 29 days ago

Just wanted to bump this since its been 2 months. Would love an artist search instead of albums. On the artist search results user would have the option to request artist, and I would imagine a drop down for for any albums inside that artists results similiar to how season requests are made for TV. Hopefully things have smoothed out with a call, you could technically hit a musicbrainz mirror or alternate calls between main and mirror to help, also I recommended turning down whatever you call rate is for their API so music results maybe slower to generate in OMBI but more reliable results.

| mrwebsmith commented 28 days ago

artist search/request would be cool.. +1 i can backfill manually but knowing who my users want content from would be nice

bfir3 commented 10 days ago

+1 this would be wonderful!

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