An iTunes Mobster in Da Hood

7 thoughts on “An iTunes Mobster in Da Hood”

  1. Assuming you don’t have over 10k tunes…just drag and drop the folder..iTunes will add it to the library database.

    This is how I combined my GF’s library and my own into one.

    *Note if the drive is removed, iTunes is NOT smart enough to mark witch songs are moved..it will mark them only if it tries to find one and it is not there.

  2. Rob, the problems is that i have songs all over the house and since i use laptop to monitor and run itunes, that is a bit of a problem. however, i guess i should use a fixed computer as the main itunes channel?

  3. Try Last for your “music recommendation and search engineâ€?. It’s got a plug-in for iTunes that monitors everything you listen to and records it to your account (you’ll need one on the site).

    It then auto-associates your selections along similar artists and users, a la Flickr. It’s free and it’s got a streaming capability for your (editable) profile that will stream either a set comprised of your past selections or one based on your listening profile which will expose you to stuff that others in your auto group are listening to.

    http://www.last.fm

  4. What I really miss is an app that looks at my collection, sees that I also have the complete works of Frank and can tell me the tracks I really should listen to. This used to be called a DJ back in nineteen hundred and analogue only.

    If anyone knows of such an app I’d really appreciate it. I have all of Mozart but I might as well be looking into a field.

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