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Thread: ITunes... How do you catagorize music?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2003

    Default ITunes... How do you catagorize music?

    I bought an Ipod video for my son and was wondering how to catagorize music and video ect. It seems the only place I can add MP3 files to are under the Library folder in ITunes, the program also has a defualt folders named 90's music, My top rated, ect. How do I add music to these folders and create new ones? It won't let me simply drag and drop the MP3 file to these folders as I can with the Library folder. I don't want just a big long play list as with a regular MP3 player, there must be another way to do this.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2006

    Default Re: ITunes... How do you catagorize music?

    You can create a playlist and using it to categorize them. Or you can also put them into certain album. You will have to edit them through the library then update the ipod.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Brisbane, Australia

    Default Re: ITunes... How do you catagorize music?

    the 90's music and stuff is auto... for a song to be put in there u must right click on the song (in the library menu) and select edit.... in there i think u just type in the year it was made and it should be put in there....

    for a custom playlist:

    do u see the '+' sign down the very bottom left corner? well click that and that creates a playlist... now u can drag ur songs in.

    i sort my songs by artist seems the easiest.... and if i want a playlist i use the on-the-go so i dont hav 2 use the computer to make the list... the ipod will tell u how 2 use that feature... good luck
    Last edited by free_park26; 09-19-2006 at 03:03 PM.

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