We’ve added a new asset to Reprtoir accounts: Record labels.
Essentially, Record Labels are a new entity representing master right owners that tracks can be associated to. For instance, if you are managing a label, you can associate your artists’ recordings to a given Record Label you have created.
We’ve restructured metadata information found in most of your assets such as albums, tracks, artists, etc. to make things more coherent.
We’ve divided your metadata into two main tabs: Your Details tab and your Collector tab.
The Metadata Collector has undergone a big upgrade. Here are its highlights:
- All data fetched by the Metadata Collector is now found within the Collector tab.
- The Metadata Collector of Tracks now gives users access to two different sub-tabs: one tab called “Metadata” contains the Spotify metadata of the track and another tab called “Audio Analysis" contains the track’s audio characteristics.
- We are also fetching more data than before from Spotify for your albums, tracks, artists, etc.
- Last but not least, we’ve improved the fetching of the data: on one hand data is fetched every single day now allowing for daily updates, and on the other hand, when your assets are modified (for instance if you change an artist name), we go fetch data immediately according to the modifications brought to the asset.
We have added panes for Writers, Publishers, Record Labels, Contacts and Companies.
The metadata relevant to these assets will now be found inside of these panes.