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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to iPod and iTunes, Third Edition by Brad Miser

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18. Labeling, Categorizing, and Configuring Your Music

In This Chapter

  • Get to know and love tags.
  • Get the details for your music.
  • Label your music so you can do cool things with it, such as creating playlists based on musical attributes.
  • Rate your songs, set the relative volume level, and hear only the parts you want to hear.
  • Add lyrics to your music so you really know what you are saying when you sing along.
  • Don’t miss out on album artwork just because you have gone digital.
  • Work the Content pane like a pro.

It’s confession time. I admit it. This topic might not seem too exciting at first glance. Who wants to spend time labeling and categorizing music? That is a fair question, but I hope by the time you read through this chapter, you answer ...

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