4. Listening in iTunes

After you get some music in your iTunes library, you’ll want to listen to it. This chapter shows you how to get the best listening experience from iTunes.

Even the biggest music library isn’t much use if there’s no way to hear its treasures. This chapter is all about using iTunes as an audio player. It starts with the basics: how to listen to music (whether you’re playing a CD or music that’s stored in your iTunes library), Internet radio shows, audiobooks, and podcasts. You’ll learn ways to optimize your listening experience, including how to use the iTunes Equalizer for the best-quality sound, set up crossfading between songs, and use the right settings for audiobooks. And if listening to music is fun, watching it ...

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