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iTunes 6 and iPod for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide by Judith Stern, Robert Lettieri

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4. Playing Music on Your iPod

Now that you’ve got some music in your iTunes library (and maybe some audiobooks, podcasts, and videos as well), you’re ready to move it to your iPod and hit the road. Getting audio and video from iTunes to the iPod is called synchronizing. In this chapter we’ll cover the synchronization process and then give you an introduction to using the iPod so you can locate and play what you want. We end with some troubleshooting tips. Our intent is to give you enough information to get started. If at the end of this chapter, you still want to know more about your iPod, you may want to jump ahead to Chapters 10 and 11.

For the most part, we’ll continue our tradition of referring to many forms of audio as “songs” and “music.” ...

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