I’m a long time user of Audirvana, and very happy with the product. One thing that is missing for me is being able to scrobble tracks played to Both ROON and Tidal apps support this, and do it well. It would be great if Audirvana added support for linking for scrobbles.

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+1 I wonder if scrobbling could also be added with an external plugin, as I noticed the Audio Units & Plugins category on this forum.

Furthermore the French streaming site Deezer already has an internal scrobbling option by connecting to in its Alerts & Sharing settings, so if Audirvana adds Deezer support, you could scrobble with that.

Still cannot edit my postings, so I’ll add that there are several threads on other forums asking for this feature, e.g. the official support forum:

Also there seems to be a workaround with an external MPD scrobbling app described here:

Can we get some word on this feature request? It seems is ready for you guys to implement. I am using a sh script as a workaround. Not the best UX.

Just adding the GitHub link here as well:

And maybe this thread should be moved to the new subforum, so people can also vote for it:

Forgot to mention that Spotify scrobbling across all devices is also available in your connected apps settings, so if Audirvana supports Spotify streaming, it should also automatically scrobble.

Good point, Hans! I saw you post on Reddit as well. Mind if I follow you on

Sure, go ahead, that’s why “friends” were changed to “followers” on the new site.

Hopefully there will be a better solution for scrobbling with Audirvana than the command line Python script on GitHub, but it’s better than nothing.

You probably know that you can also use a manual scrobbler for adding scrobbles to your profile, right? Most of them also allow accessing databases like MusicBrainz, Discogs or itself, e.g. when you want to add a vinyl album that you have listened to.

Thanks to Damien3 for moving the thread, too! :smile:

Adding another FYI: Deezer offers lossless FLAC streaming in their desktop app, web player and mobile apps now, in case you didn’t already know.

The lack of Last.FM integration was one of my few gripes with Audirvana (and main reason for using integrated mode).

Script works well thanks