Doug's AppleScripts for iTunes updated

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Doug's AppleScripts for iTunes, a site offering over 190 free user-devised scripts for Apple's music management software, has recently released three new AppleScripts for iTunes 4 and updated three others.

The new AppleScripts are: De-Genre, which helps manage and remove unwanted musical genres; iTunes DJ 3.0, which aids users in programming iTunes Internet radio streams to play and speak "DJ-isms"; and iTunes Music Store Player, which can be used to play a window full of iTunes Music Store tracks automatically.

Updated AppleScripts for iTunes are: Needle Drop, which lets you play through each track for a set amount of time; Remove Artwork, which can be used to batch delete artwork from tracks; and Random Library, a script that dumps all your main Library tracks to a playlist and shuffles them.

This story, "Doug's AppleScripts for iTunes updated" was originally published by PCWorld.

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