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## [[/Unknown and untitled/Special purpose track title|Special Purpose Track Title]]
 
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# [[/Specific types of releases|Specific types of releases]]
 
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## [[/Specific types of releases/Soundtrack|Soundtrack]]
 
## [[/Specific types of releases/Opera|Opera]]
 
## [[/Specific types of releases/Opera|Opera]]
 
## [[/Specific types of releases/Theatre|Musical Theatre]]
 
## [[/Specific types of releases/Theatre|Musical Theatre]]

Revision as of 14:08, 29 June 2012

This page outlines the official MusicBrainz Style Guidelines.

Getting started

  1. Quickstart
  2. Style principle
    1. Error correction and artist intent
  3. Adding a new release
  4. Old style practices

Detailed guidelines

  1. Titles
    1. Abbreviations
    2. Extra title information
    3. Subtitles
    4. Multiple titles
    5. Split releases
    6. Series numbers
      1. Part numbers
      2. Volume numbers
    7. Featured artists
    8. OC ReMix series
    9. Promo Only series
  2. Artist
    1. Artist with multiple names
    2. Sort Name
    3. Aliases
  3. Release group
  4. Release
  5. Recording
  6. Label
  7. Relationships
    1. URLs
      1. Cover art whitelist
      2. Lyrics whitelist
      3. Score whitelist
      4. What not to link to
    2. Don't make relationship clusters
  8. Unknown and untitled
    1. Special Purpose Artist
    2. Special Purpose Label
    3. Special Purpose Track Title
  9. Specific types of releases
    1. Soundtrack
    2. Opera
    3. Musical Theatre
    4. Live bootlegs
  10. Classical music
  11. Miscellaneous

Language specific guidelines

  1. Overview
    1. English guidelines
    2. Guidelines for transliterations
    3. Catalan
    4. Chinese
    5. Czech
    6. Danish
    7. Dutch and Frisian
    8. Estonian
    9. Finnish
    10. French
    11. German
    12. Greek
    13. Hebrew
    14. Hungarian
    15. Italian
    16. Japanese
    17. Latin
    18. Latvian
    19. Lithuanian
    20. Norwegian
    21. Polish
    22. Portuguese
    23. Romanian
    24. Russian
    25. Slovak
    26. Spanish
    27. Swedish (proposed)
    28. Turkish
    29. Vietnamese
    30. Yiddish


Style
Overview
Title Style
Entities
Relationships
Classical
Special Cases/Misc.
Languages