I’m adding new music just about every week, so if you’re a frequent visitor to music4dance how can you see what is new?
I used to show you music sorted by most recent by default. But as I noted in this blog post, that’s no longer feasible, when balanced against the ability to do google-like searches.
Don’t panic – it’s still easy to do. Whenever you’re looking at a list of songs in the song library, you will see that the last column is a single letter and the header for the column is a pencil icon. Clicking on that icon once will show you the most recently modified songs first, clicking a second time will show the oldest songs first.
If you want to get even fancier, you can go to the advanced search page and choose either “Last Modified” or “When Added” and a direction. “Last Modified” is exactly what you get with the pencil icon, “When Added” sorts by when the song was first added rather than when it was last changed.
Are there songs that you love to dance to that you don’t see here? I’d be delighted to add them, just send me a list include title, artist, album and what kind of dance and I’ll add them to the catalog. Or would you prefer to add them yourself?
P.S. For those that may be wondering, here is what the letters in the date column mean:
- s = seconds
- m = minutes
- h = hours
- D = days
- W = weeks
- M = months
- Y = years
You can see the actual date and time that a song has been modified by hovering over the letter.