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post #5416 of 6356

When you buy headphones for money you should have used on furniture and then try to convince the girlfriend that it was a good idea.

 

(it didn't work.)

post #5417 of 6356
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When you buy headphones for money you should have used on furniture and then try to convince the girlfriend that it was a good idea.

 

(it didn't work.)

Been there, but it was a new dryer tongue.gif

post #5418 of 6356
When 2013 is a new year of new purchases. smily_headphones1.gif

EDIT:
When your new year's resolution is to get even more gear.
post #5419 of 6356
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When you buy headphones for money you should have used on furniture and then try to convince the girlfriend that it was a good idea.

 

(it didn't work.)

maybe letting her listen to the headphones will changer he mindtongue.gif

post #5420 of 6356
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You know you're an audiophile when it sounds so good, that you don't care.

Nope. Using open headphones in an aeroplane would simple get you mentally labelled as inconsiderate audiophile in my book. Not cool. They have to sit next to you for the next several hours, it's not like 5mins on the bus.

 

IEMs.ksc75smile.gif

post #5421 of 6356

I got all my music onto my computer! No more Mac! Anyways, if I take out my flash drive it says the original file can't be found.. What do I do? Not really a problem, the flashdrive can stay for as long as it wantsbiggrin.gif

post #5422 of 6356
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I got all my music onto my computer! No more Mac! Anyways, if I take out my flash drive it says the original file can't be found.. What do I do? Not really a problem, the flashdrive can stay for as long as it wantsbiggrin.gif

Not sure if there is an easier way but this should work

 

1) Clear all the music from iTunes (the music you copied from your flash drive that is...)

 

2) Go to the Preferences menu and click on advanced

 

3 )toggle "on" the "Copy files to iTunes media folder when importing"

 

4 )retransfer music to iTunes from flash drive

post #5423 of 6356
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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

I got all my music onto my computer! No more Mac! Anyways, if I take out my flash drive it says the original file can't be found.. What do I do? Not really a problem, the flashdrive can stay for as long as it wantsbiggrin.gif

Not sure if there is an easier way but this should work

 

1) Clear all the music from iTunes (the music you copied from your flash drive that is...)

 

2) Go to the Preferences menu and click on advanced

 

3 )toggle "on" the "Copy files to iTunes media folder when importing"

 

4 )retransfer music to iTunes from flash drive

Found an easier way, using your tip though. I just went into Itunes Media Folder and transfered the music to it. Let's see if this will work, not done yet.

post #5424 of 6356
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Found an easier way, using your tip though. I just went into Itunes Media Folder and transfered the music to it. Let's see if this will work, not done yet.

Hope it does!  Regardless turning on the "copy files..." and also the "Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized" I find to be a big help.

post #5425 of 6356
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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

Found an easier way, using your tip though. I just went into Itunes Media Folder and transfered the music to it. Let's see if this will work, not done yet.

Hope it does!  Regardless turning on the "copy files..." and also the "Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized" I find to be a big help.

What does the Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized do? And where can I locate it? It's still copying 8 more minutes.

post #5426 of 6356
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What does the Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized do? And where can I locate it? It's still copying 8 more minutes.

It will create separate files for each band/artist, and separate sup-folders in each band folder for each album.  It is located in the "advanced" menu of the preferences as well.

post #5427 of 6356
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Originally Posted by wolfetan44 View Post

What does the Keep iTunes Media Folder Organized do? And where can I locate it? It's still copying 8 more minutes.

It will create separate files for each band/artist, and separate sup-folders in each band folder for each album.  It is located in the "advanced" menu of the preferences as well.

Prefereces where? Sorry, I'm not very good with a computer. 

IT WORKS! Thanks, Pelli, for al the help!!biggrin.gif

post #5428 of 6356

It will also append a track number (and disc number, if applicable) to each track name, which is useful when browsing them in Explorer because it makes sure they stay in album order instead of being listed in alphabetical order.

 

 

 

You know you're an audiophile when you use Foobar2000 to manage your music collection.

post #5429 of 6356

Yet more reasons why Apple suck.

post #5430 of 6356
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It will also append a track number (and disc number, if applicable) to each track name, which is useful when browsing them in Explorer because it makes sure they stay in album order instead of being listed in alphabetical order.

 

 

 

You know you're an audiophile when you use Foobar2000 to manage your music collection.

I like Music Bee personally. Foobar is kinda ugly.

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