Last week I covered the release of Roon Labs’ Roon 1.6 update, and a big part of that was the announcement of Qobuz integration into their audiophile music management software.
From the Qobuz blog:
Roon manages, browses, and searches your local file collection and Qobuz digital download and streaming collections in one app, with the acclaimed Roon interface. Roon offers a unique approach to browsing that collects extensive music metadata… reviews, bios, credits, release dates, recording dates, genre classifications, lyrics, concert dates… and weaves it into a searchable, surfable, digital magazine about the music you listen to.
Take it from me, someone who has used Roon quite a bit, the software is amazing. It will organize your music hoard, and breathe new life into your collection like you never thought possible.
If you want to check out Roon and see what it can do, you can now try it out for a month free of charge, courtesy of Roon Labs and Qobuz. (as opposed to the usual 14-day free trial Roon offers) All you have to do is get the code from the Qobuz blog and then sign up for an account over at the Roon site. Happy listening!