Difference between revisions of "no Artist"

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For details about when to use (and not use) [no artist&#93, refer to [[No Artist Style|NoArtistStyle]].  
 
For details about when to use (and not use) [no artist&#93, refer to [[No Artist Style|NoArtistStyle]].  
  
Please note that [no artist] '''must not''' be used in cases where the information is unknown, but exists. For such cases, consult [[Unknown Artist|UnknownArtist]].  
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Please note that [no artist] '''must not''' be used in cases where the information is unknown, but exists. For such cases, consult [[Unknown Artist|UnknownArtist]]. There also exists other informally used [[Special Purpose Artist|SpecialPurposeArtist]]<code><nowiki></nowiki></code>s, which may be more appropriate than [no artist] depending on the context.  
  
 
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[[Category:To Be Reviewed]] [[Category:Terminology]] [[Category:Artist]]

Revision as of 20:33, 15 May 2007

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Description

In some cases, a track (or possibly even a release) doesn't have a credited performer of any discographic relevance (example: nature sounds releases). These tracks (or releases) should be credited to [no artist].

Additional Informations

[no artist] is a SpecialPurposeArtist.

For details about when to use (and not use) [no artist&#93, refer to NoArtistStyle.

Please note that [no artist] must not be used in cases where the information is unknown, but exists. For such cases, consult UnknownArtist. There also exists other informally used SpecialPurposeArtists, which may be more appropriate than [no artist] depending on the context.

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