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Add Release (no vote): No proof, no release event

Please provide some information that what you are adding has actually been released somewhere. For example, information about release date, label, barcode, or catalog number can be proof itself or lead to good proof. See [How_To_Write_Edit_Notes] about what constitutes good proof and how to write proper edit notes. I will change my vote after your release has been verified. Thanks!

Picard: File Naming

My file-naming scheme for Picard:

$if($in($lower(%genre%),classical),+ Classical +)/$if($or($eq(%releasestatus%,promotion),$eq(%releasestatus%,bootleg)),+ %releasestatus% +,)/$if($or($eq(%releasetype%,soundtrack),$eq(%releasetype%,audiobook)),+ %releasetype% +,)/$if($eq(%albumartistsort%,Various Artists),+ VA +,%albumartistsort%)/%album%$if(%_releasecomment%, \(%_releasecomment%\),)/$if($gt(%totaldiscs%,1),disc %discnumber%,)$if(%discsubtitle%,_ %discsubtitle%,)/$num(%tracknumber%,2) - %artist% - %t

It relies on Picard 1.2 and that the feature of folksonomy tags is enabled for your own tags. It enter the tag 'classical' with classical releases in the MusicBrainz web interface at the page of the release. Now, my file-naming scheme puts all classical releases in one folder. Further, promotion releases, bootlegs, soundtracks, and audiobooks go into their own folder. For releases with several discs, files for each disc go into one folder.