I saw that the name of the label Teldec was changed from “TELDEC” to “Teldec”.
Basically I don’t care much about the capitalization and style of a label-name. However, I’m not very happy about such changes, because now I’ll get a lot of metadata-changes for my files.
“The label name should be represented as found on media sleeves, including use of characters from non latin charsets, stylized characters, etc.”
Doesn’t this mean, we should also keep the capitalization as it is printed?
For TELDEC all caps is the common way, e.g. https://www.discogs.com/Ofra-Haza-5-Tracks/release/1362922
On Discogs the name is in caps (https://www.discogs.com/label/5748-TELDEC). Also on musik-sammler.de (https://www.musik-sammler.de/label/03706/).
Since TELDEC is an acronym and it’s normally printed in capital letters (not only the logo but also in text), I think “TELDEC” is the better form.
Shouldn’t it be changed back?
P.S.: Also “Emi” would look a little little bit strange to me.