Consolidating album tracks in itunes
Please make sure you edit files correctly when using BOTH i Tunes libraries and Serato crates together.Open i Tunes Unchecking this will stop i Tunes from moving your Audio Files around and putting them in folders of Artist and Album Name.With OS X Mavericks just around the corner, this is a good time to have a tidy up and ensure that your experience of the update is a pleasurable one.You will find that your library has missing cover art, artist information, duplicated tunes and missing data.
If you have problems with i Tunes itself, your first stop should probably be and the links listed below.If you let i Tunes organize your music for you, all the tracks you add to your library will be copied into A useful function in i Tunes is Consolidate Library, once you've been collecting music for a while, you might find you have files spread over your hard drive, on your desktop, on external hard disks, etc.This function copies all the files in your library into a single file structure.This will avoid missing showing up within the Serato software since they will no longer be shifted around by i Tunes.This will stop i Tunes from creating duplicates of your Audio Files when importing them into i Tunes.
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Depending on your version you may find this particular option under the View menu.