This section contains various documents describing how to configure Helium Music Manager.
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You can control how you want your albums grouped and sorted in the Album view by defining sorting and grouping criteria, as well as specifying the fields to be shown and in what order they should appear.
Artist Grouping enables you to group the entries in the Artist view various ways.
The Auto Enqueue feature in Helium Music Manager is able to define how the replaying of songs from the Play Queue works. It's possible to automatically enqueue new tracks at the end of the Play Queue to ensure that your music keeps playing.
The columns in the Track Details can be configured to show the specific tag information you are interested in. You can create multiple column templates which you can easily switch between.
The main toolbar can be customized so that you can have your favorite actions readily to hand.
A majority of the nodes in the Music Explorer can be customized to select the fields you want them to include.
Helium Music Manager's Equalizer enables you to alter how your music is played back by boosting or cutting different frequency ranges.
Helium Music Manager's libraries can be stored in a Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server or MySQL database. This wide choice accommodates different users requirements in terms of database preference and music collection size. You can switch between different databases, select the type of database to use and perform different tasks on the active database.
You can alter how Helium Music Manager works by setting options that alter its behaviour to best meet the requirements you have when working with your music collection.
The columns in the Play Queue can be configured to show the specific tag information you are interested in.
You can specify how you want your music tracks sorted and grouped by specifying the sort criteria and an optional field to group on for the track list.