Don't-Miss Audio Stories
In one hand, a Blu-ray disc. In the other, an iOS device. How do you get audio from one to the other? Chris Breen explains.
Thanks to a tax refund, Chris Breen has abandoned his old podcasting tools and upgraded his gear.
In this edition of Ask the iTunes Guy, Kirk McElhearn teaches you how to find unique tracks within two playlists, eyeballs the downside of a too-large music library, and puts the kibosh on cross-border gifting.
In the second part of his guide to tagging tracks in iTunes, Kirk McElhearn shows you how to clean and correct the tags you already have.
Properly tagging your iTunes media isn't just about being a control freak: It's the best way to keep your media in order and to find the stuff you want to play.
iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn addresses issues of tracks that aren't all what they should be, unwanted track numbers, and libraries that are bigger than iTunes prefers.
Kirk McElhearn returns to address issues regarding media file organization, forgotten passwords, smart playlists with mixed genres, and slow device syncing.
You've captured the audio, edited it down to something listenable, now it's time to share your creation with the world. Here's how four podcasting vets spread the word.
Once you've captured the audio of you and your podcast guests, the next step is to edit it into something worth listening to. Here's how four experienced podcasters do it.
Want to start a podcast of your own? The first thing you need is some hardware and software to record the thing. Four podcasting vets explain why they chose, and how they use, their favorite recording gear.
Have something to say? Why not say it in in a podcast of your very own? It's a lot easier than you might think. Four experienced podcasters explain how they do it.
The first step in creating a podcast: Deciding what you want it to be. What topics will you cover? What's the format? (Panel discussion? Solo?) Here's how four podcasters answered those questions.
In iTunes 11.1.4, the Wish List has become a lot easier to access and use. Here's how to make the most of it.