Manage and tag your local music files from Spotify Playlists. I find music on Spotify, put them into playlists like
House: Vocal and
House: Funky. I use the
create-missing-playlist command to create a
Missing playlist that I
then download via whatever means (Beatport, Ripping, whatever). Once downloaded, I use the
tag-files command to update
my local music Mp3's with tags based on the playlists, so I end up with a Genre ID3 tag such as
house vocal funky.
From there I can make smart playlists in iTunes based on those tags, and use that in whatever software I want (Djay Pro,
go install github.com/snikch/musicmanager
.env and enter your Spotify application credentials.
.config.json and update for your configuration.
Pulls down matching playlists from Spotify and stores them in a cache.
Compares local files against Spotify playlists and creates a new Spotify playlist with all tracks that aren't present locally. You can now purchase these from Beatport or get them from whereever.
Tag local files with the following:
- Genre: Converts playlist names to tags (e.g. House: Vocal becomes "house" and "vocal"), and adds them in the Genre ID3 tag
- Year: Ensures the Year ID3 tag is set (from album information in Spotify)
- Comment: Adds the iTunes rating to the comments (if one exists), and cleans up shitty comments from download services
Removes unwanted tracks. Any track with the tag
delete (or another tag chosen via config) is removed from:
- Spotify Playlists
Follows on Spotify all artists with a 3⭐ rating or higher.
To be written
create-following-playlistCreates a playlist of all songs from followed Spotify artists that were released after a given date (persisted after running to allow continuous running of the command)
find-longerFind longer versions of songs in Spotify (such as the extended mix).
find-longerAdd beatport support since Spotify often only has radio edits from iTunes
backpropagate-tagsPush tags from local files back to Spotify playlists