Since last two updates (updated to the Mac version 3.5.35 today), all albums have duplicate or triplicate tracks (running on Mac-mini) apprearing (no duplication of albums, just tracks in the ablums). Tried one suggestion in this thread, removed from the “auto-monitoring sync” window (in Preferences) one of my monitored music folders…this removed the dups, and kept the album & tracks in Audirvana, and they played fine (presuming that any changes to track metadata or other changes to the folder contents, since not in the auto-monitor list, will not be reflected in Audirvana). The dup track issue reappeared when I re-added the folder back to the auto-monitor window. I’m reluctant to do the somersaults of Audirvana Library database deletion, recreation…can there be a simpler way to restore integrity of the link between the music folders / auto-sync & the Audirvana display of tracks? For now, I’ll just remove the music folders from the auto-sync window, and hope there’s a fix in future. (btw, I just looked at my Audirvana on a separate MBP machine with separate device holding library folders…no dups of tracks at all).
UPDATE - after removing an additional folder from the auto-sync window in Preferences, the duplicate tracks for the albums in that folder reduce from 3 to 2. But now Audirvana program is crashing when selecting albums that were in that folder from the “Library” sidebar, but NOT from a smart playlist I have that includes those albums. Re-adding the music folder back into the auto-sync window in Preferences doesn’t resolve the crash, and the program goes through a long sync process when restarting. Getting to be a wee nightmare…probably from my fat-fingered efforts, but it grows ever more unusable. Is the only solution to delete the Library/file and redo the whole thing??