If you’re connected to the Internet, iTunes accesses the Gracenote CDDB for song information while you are answering the import question, so that after you click Yes or No, iTunes presents the track information for each song automatically, as shown here. (Gracenote CDDB is a song database on the Internet that knows the track names of most commercial CDs but not homemade-mix CDs.).
When you create a playlist in iTunes, songs appear in the order in which you add them.If the songs all came from the same album but aren't listed in the album's sequence, you may want to reorganize the playlist to match the album. If you created a custom playlist but want to reorder your songs into a better sequence, it's easy to do, and iTunes automatically remembers the changes.
Or, second method, you can click the album art thumbnail in the iTunes LCD (the part at the top of the iTunes window showing what is playing). The behavior here is different from iTunes 11: when you click this album art thumbnail, this performs the same thing as when you choose Switch to MiniPlayer, hiding the iTunes window. However, if you hold down the Option key when clicking this thumbnail.After running the above two Terminal commands, launch iTunes and open its preferences. Click on the Advanced tab, remove the check mark next to Keep iTunes Music Folder Organized, then click OK.Options for Playing Multiple Songs. If iTunes is providing the background music for an activity—working, partying, cooking, whatever—you probably want it to keep playing song after song, just as if you were playing a CD. This it does automatically, playing the next song in the list—be it your full library or a subset of it—until it reaches the last song in the list. You can control how.
Fix for MP3 songs not playing in iTunes. 434 Replies The problem. About a month ago, while at work listening to music on my iPhone 3G, I noticed that certain songs weren’t playing. The iPhone would pause for a brief moment at the start of the song and then skip to the next one. It happens so quickly that if you weren’t looking at the screen you wouldn’t notice it. At first, I thought it.Read More
Change song and CD information in iTunes on PC. If you’re connected to the internet when you insert a CD into your disc drive, iTunes automatically retrieves information about the CD and the songs on it. When you import the CD into your library, the retrieved information is imported with it. iTunes retrieves CD information from the Gracenote media database. See the Gracenote website. You can.Read More
If you haven't added anything manually to Up Next, whenever you play a song, all of the songs following it in the same album, playlist, artist, genre, etc. will automatically populate to your Up Next queue. Playing a new song from another album, playlist, artist, genre, etc. will reset Up Next with the songs from those folders. In this case.Read More
This update brings that to the next level, with even better support for videos and GIFs, where they transition elegantly from playing inline in the feed to a really slick experience in the media viewer, with full controls, GIF scrubbing, GIF pausing, mute controls, playback speed, downloading, sharing, and more.Read More
It's nowhere near Halloween but users are experiencing a ghostly situation regarding Apple's music software, iTunes. As reported, iTunes opens at random times, on its own, and plays the music.Read More
Hello, I have a Samsung Galaxy S5. Spotify has been amazing for a month. I pretty much only use an online playlist on random. All of a sudden today, it seems like I can't get through one song without it skipping out of the blue to the next song. Ive uninstalled and reinstalled, taken out the b.Read More
I have a gig in about 23 days and I'm using iTunes to play the clips for each speaker. I'm wondering if there is a sure fire way to stop iTunes from going to the next track? I tried to do my own research, however I'm kind of stumped as to what I can do as no one seems to have an answer. I don't want to use another program to do this. Of course.Read More
Change song and CD info in iTunes on Mac. If you’re connected to the Internet when you insert a CD into your disc drive, iTunes automatically retrieves information about the CD and the songs on it. When you import the CD into your library, the retrieved information is imported with it. You can also enter CD and song information into iTunes yourself, or change the information that was.Read More
Learn how to remove duplicated song files on your Mac, iPhone and iPad. Here's the best way to delete duplicate music in iTunes or Music. Free up space and tidy up your music library with this guide.Read More
To repeat the currently playing song, select it and then click the Repeat button twice, so that the number 1 appears. To repeat all the songs in your library or a playlist, select it and then click the Repeat button once so that it’s highlighted blue. To turn off repeat, click the Repeat button until it’s no longer highlighted. You can’t repeat individual songs in a live mix (iTunes DJ.Read More