Don't-Miss Audio Stories
Use iTunes to create a playlist of the songs you'll hear, and then turn it into a fun souvenir of your night out.
Apple Music brought many changes to iTunes, and that means you have lots of questions.
When you're looking at a bunch of .m4a files, how can you separate the lossy from the lossless? Kirk McElhearn has the answer to this and more of your questions.
How to replace artwork on Audible audiobooks, organizing audiobooks, how to replaces your old 128 kbps iTunes files, and more.
This week's column focuses on questions about Apple's online music storage service.
Summer's almost here and many readers have questions about taking music from iTunes and playing it in other devices. Kirk McElhearn has the answers.
Ways to handle linear notes in iTunes. Plus: album artwork in WAV files, song title capitalization, playlist management, and shopping the iTunes Store on an old Mac.
How to slim down your library by offloading files, to save space on your Mac or keep Genius Mixes from finding them.
How to combine playlists, fix album art, and make smart playlists that do exactly what you want.
Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss removing iTunes Radio, the loss of the old Info window, changing tags, and artist name sorting.
Why should those with Macs have all the fun banging out this three-chord frat anthem? Grab your iPad and get ready to rock.
You know you've always wanted to. Musical maestro Chris Breen shows you how.
iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss three issues: Naming live performances that span sets and dates, adding iTunes Match content to an old iPod, and the purpose of two iTunes columns.
Kirk McElhearn returns as The iTunes Guy to address questions of joined tracks, high-resolution Apple Lossless files and iOS devices, and the workings of lyrics in iTunes.
Kirk McElhearn starts the new year by answering your iTunes-related questions.