Authors: Antonski, crvnts, ssri

Here are links to web sites that can be configured in Internet Preferences as web links.

That's what I've found so far:

<Artist> (separator: +)

<Artist> (separator: +)

<Artist> (separator: + or _)

Some others



This layout shows a slideshow of pictures of the artist of Flickr, You can add words, for example:

<Artist> vinyl

usually only shows vinyls, covers, rare editions, etc... or

<Artist> concert

usually shows photos from concerts of the artist.

RATE YOUR MUSIC$lower($replace($replace($replace(<Artist>"/"<Album>," ",_),"'",),",",_))


There is a Spotify Web searcher called You can add a Web Link Layout on the right panel.


a new tab with the results of spotify will appears. Then you need to click on any result with the right button and click "Open with default browser", that opens spotify directly to the artist, album or song you clicked. And, of course, you can put another Layout for songs, you need to create another with:


You can name it "Find this song on Spotify". That is useful to find on Spotify versions from other artist of the song you are playing!


Other layout you can add:


Shows the yahoo music web for the artist. Links to Lastfm radio, iTunes albums, amazon albums, YouTube videos, flickr photos, profile, albums, lyrics, concerts, Pandora artist radio, news...


Sometimes other taggers like MP3Tag and Musicbrainz Picard fill tags with non-standard fields. Some of the these fields include Catalog numbers or unique identifiers for databases like discogs or Musicbrainz. Far more accurate queries can be attained by using these tags together with Musicbee's custom tag feature. The following formulas can be entered as a web-link in MusicBee. Essentially, they instruct Musicbee to use the unique tags first or, if they are not found, to use more standard tags.


Custom tag field (from MP3tag's discogs.src)*: DISCOGS_RELEASE_ID

<Album> search formula:


Musicbrainz Picard's tag documentation:


<Artist> search formula:
<Album> search formula:


Custom tag field: catalognumber (Musicbrainz Picard); catalogno (MP3Tag's discog script)*

<Album> search formula:


*Note: MP3Tag's discog script (SRC file) can be edited to conform to other taggers like Musicbrainz Picard. Discog.src is typically located at C:\Users\<Username>\AppData\Roaming\Mp3tag\data\sources. Open discog.src with your favorite text editor, search and change the "outputto" value to one that conforms to other taggers.

For example, to match Musicbrainz Picard's tags:

  1. Catalog Number
    outputto "CATALOGNO"
    json_select_many "labels" "catno" ", "


  1. Catalog Number
    outputto "CATALOGNUMBER"
    json_select_many "labels" "catno" ", "