It depends a little on which user interface (Default UI or Columns UI?) and which Playlist Viewer component you are using, if not the default. You can setup custom columns for the default viewer by going File menu > Preferences > Display > Default UI > Playlist View - see the wiki page.
So you would use [%composer%] as the pattern for that tag. (Put in square brackets so it only displays when the field is present). On the playlist, right-click column headers to choose which columns.
The link above from mjm716 is a more advanced version of Help menu > Title Formatting Help. See also, Title Formatting Introduction and Examples.
You might eventually like a few components with more view options. Have a look at Facets for a (DUI) column-based Library Viewer, and SimPlaylist / SimPlaylist Manager for more playlist grouping levels and additional statistics. (See the documentation links)
I tried to search the web a bit and could not find if anyone succeeded in detecting an all-pass filter by ear in a blind ABX test.
Should I immediately dismiss this dude as yet another placebo troll, or he might actually have golden ears?
....whuts your PC specs.
You don't give any details. At all.
OS: Windows xp sp3
RAM 1 Gb
HDD 1 Tb
Sound card: Creative Audigy SE ( SB0570 )
Do you need smth more?
There are also a few examples using the DolbyA compatible decoder (lightyears more advanced than the previously posted versions.) It REALLY DOES do better than a real DolbyA. My examples have been EQed, so might sound a little fuller than commercial versions, but the HF is very close to 100% correct. The dynamics on the examples re very good when considering the material.
The repository for listening is at: https://spaces.hightail.com/space/yDG3L339Rn
Of course, one of the nice things about WavPack float compression is if it detects that, for instance, the audio is really only 16-bit, then it compresses it to the equivalent amount, and this would be even more useful if you were storing in 64-bit floats.
If this becomes popular and people start clamoring for it, I would certainly reconsider, but so far this is the first clamor.
Anyway, thanks for trying it out and letting us know about it, and thanks to Aniskin for creating this great plugin (and I'm sorry I haven't given you feedback earlier)!
To clarify, the columns I want in a play list are:
- track number (from the album)
- track length (duration)
- bit rate
- track title
- track artist
By default, Foobar2000 seems to concatenate track title and track artist, which is useless to me because I have multiple performances of many classical works and most works have several 'tracks' (i.e. movements); I need them separate. Moreover, some of the columns I want do not seem to be available at all (e.g. composer, genre). How can I get the software to display the columns I want?