[mb-style] Audiobook styleguide
Bram van Dijk
bram_van_dijk at hotmail.com
Wed Jan 7 14:31:17 UTC 2009
I agree, why would we do that for audiobooks if we don't do that for
Do people play audiobooks with different software that is not able to
Chapter 1: foo
Chapter 2-4: bar
seems fine by me, and it is a lot less cluttered.
People can always use tagger scripts if they want the release name in
the title, I think.
Fridtjof Busse schreef:
> * "Frederic Da Vitoria" <davitofrg at gmail.com>:
>> You wouldn't include an ordering sequence?
>> A Journey to the Center of the Earth, 0:Prologue
>> A Journey to the Center of the Earth, 1:Chapter 1a
>> A Journey to the Center of the Earth, 2:Chapter 1b
> I honestly have a problem with repeating the release title in the
> track name.
> This generates unnecessary long tags and contains redundant
> information (in ALBUM and TITLE).
> Imagine this:
> ALBUM=The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
> TITLE=The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring,
> Chapter 1: Concerning Hobbits
> Also, I'd like to suggest not to use "(feat. narrator: xyz)" in the
> release title. It's not part of the release title and useless if
> there's more than one narrator. This information should be stored
> somewhere else.
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