Now being able to delete folders that, for one reason or another, haven’t met my expectations, I found one folder associated with an album which would not open, even though I can play it through another file management program (used only because it involves a 32-bit notebook and I don’t think there is a 32-bit version of Audirvana), and I was really puzzled about it. In the end I solved the problem by reducing the length of all six *.wav file names in the album and I will be interested in whatever comments you may wish to make about that.
Here is the file name for the first track in the album as it was downloaded (as part of a ZIP file) :-
Broekhuis, Keller, Schönwälder - Live - Not in Repelen, but at home - 01 Bas Broekhuis - Escape68 (working title).wav
To enable that to be opened, I reduced the file name as follows: -
Broekhuis, Keller, Schönwälder - Live - 01 Bas Broekhuis - Escape68.wav
Note that I had to omit the ‘working title’ and brackets because it was otherwise still too long. The track description (not shown) remains unchanged. The other five tracks are of similar length and all had to be adjusted.but their track descriptions are also unchanged.
I have to admit that the tagging program I use also has difficulties with long file names too.