Don't-Miss Music & audio software Stories
This week Kirk looks at a number of questions about splitting audio files, which file format to use for ripping CDs, and updating podcasts, as well as share a tip for live performers who use music in their iTunes libraries.
The iTunes Guy answers questions about tagging songs by year, moving an iTunes library, making playlists from folders, and more.
Despite appearances that suggest otherwise, it is possible to delete local tracks in iOS 6's Music app. Chris Breen explains how.
The iTunes Guy answers questions about iTunes Store accounts, Apple IDs, and managing artist alerts.
Senior Editor Chris Breen takes a close-up look at Apple's Music app in iOS 6.
Are you someone who's chosen to store your iTunes library in a location other than the default? Are you also driven to distraction by iTunes occasionally changing that location back to that default? Chris Breen offers an avoidance technique.
The iTunes Guy answers questions about importing and converting audio.
Ted Landau, like many of us, continues to run into iTunes Match glitches. In this installment of Bugs & Fixes he addresses two issues.
Keyboard shortcuts can help you save time and keep your hands on my keyboard. Here are 10 of Kirk McElhearn's favorite shortcuts for the applications he uses most.
Here’s a quick look at the types of audio compression used and how they work.
By classifying all kinds of videos as TV Shows in iTunes, you can make them easier to organize.
While the Music app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch might be sufficient for you, there are plenty of other apps you can use to listen to music on your iOS device. Some offer unique ways of organizing and listening to music, and others focus on providing better sound. Here's a look at three apps that you can use to listen differently to music on iOS.
Among the new features in the iTunes 10.6, one in particular is good news to anyone with lots of lossless tracks: The ability to convert those tracks at higher bit-rates when syncing to an iPod or iOS device.
While iOS 5.1 was supposed to return Genius features for iTunes Match subscribers, senior associate editor Dan Moren and staff writer Lex Friedman discovered that the process isn't without its quirks.
You say you've decided to leave Gmail and want to associate your Apple ID with a different email address? Chris Breen shows you how.