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Master Your Mac by Matt Cone

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Chapter 19. Managing Your Music

When it was first released back in 2001, iTunes was dedicated entirely to music. There wasn’t a store for buying music, renting movies, or downloading podcasts back then. And there weren’t any iPods, iPhones, or iPads to connect yet—let alone any applications for those devices. But over time, iTunes was modified to handle all of these things and more, effectively transforming the music application into what it is today: a confusing and cluttered media management center.

If you’re ready to “get back to the music” and beef up your music management skills, you’ll need more than just iTunes know-how. You’ll need to enlist the help of several third-party tools and services that are designed to help you manage your music ...

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