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April 30, 2015

Plex Music is cranking it to 11 with major update to the Music section

by John_A

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Plex is pushing out an update that is sure to please the music lovers who use the media server for all their other needs. Up to this point, the music side of the system was a bit odd, to put it nicely. It worked, it just didn’t seem to do what it could. The Plex team has been working on that for about 6 months now and they are finally ready to make your music options a little bit better. The update brings along improved scanning, management, multi-item editing and a whole lot more.

Plex Pass subscribers will benefit the most from the recent update and will give you access to watch ad-free music videos of your collection with Vevo. Plex Pass subscribers will also be able to create customized playlists based on descriptive information about a song such as genre, mood or tempo. On the backend scanning side of things they have integrated with Gracenote for all the metadata information pertaining to all your tracks.

Free Plex users are left out. You still get the ability to listen to your own music on every device, share your library with friends & Family, create and manage playlist, see your music beautifully organized, get the multi-item editing ability, the faster scanning to get your music listed and support for high-end formats like FLAC and ALAC.

Check out the video about how it all works out.

For current Plex Pass subscribers you will need to head over and create a Premium Music Library to get the ball rolling. You will also want to make sure your server is updated as well as your Plex apps on your devices. Be sure to check out the news on the Plex website for more in depth details.

Via Plex

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