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Old Jul 1, 2012, 12:56 PM
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When you have reliable information about other performers available, practically anyone who played some instrument to put it simply, then those artists should also be added to the performers field. Limiting performers to vocalists only... isn't quite fair.
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When you have reliable information about other performers available, practically anyone who played some instrument to put it simply, then those artists should also be added to the performers field. Limiting performers to vocalists only... isn't quite fair.
I've just added the musicians at the performer data. Thank you for your advice.
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No problem

Recording/mastering/mixing engineers are not performers. Coordinators aren't, too. (but of course, mentioning them in the notes section is totally OK)

Artist who had performed on an instrument - classical/modern/traditional (piano, keyboard, guitar, flute, drums, violin, trumpet, koto, erhu etc. etc. etc.) are performers. Orchestra is a performer, chorus is also a performer. Conductor isn't considered as a performer here (may change in the future).

I'm missing some other eligible artists, but you get the picture.

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No problem

Recording/mastering/mixing engineers are not performers. Coordinators aren't, too. (but of course, mentioning them in the notes section is totally OK)

Artist who had performed on an instrument - classical/modern/traditional (piano, keyboard, guitar, flute, drums, violin, trumpet, koto, erhu etc. etc. etc.) are performers. Orchestra is a performer, chorus is also a performer. Conductor isn't considered as a performer here (may change in the future).

I'm missing some other eligible artists, but you get the picture.
Oh, thanks for letting me know

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