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Chapter 1. Start Here > Get to Know the iTunes' Interface

Get to Know the iTunes' Interface

If you are at all familiar with computer usage in general, interacting with your music in iTunes is generally a straightforward and intuitive affair. The sources of your music are listed in the Source pane on the left side of the window, including CDs, playlists, attached iPods, and any shared music libraries present on the network. The listings of songs—and the means for navigating them—are in the main body of the application window. This layout should not be too surprising, and you should be able to pick up iTunes' basic operation quickly. However, a few things about iTunes' more subtle behaviors might seem peculiar at first, and a good understanding of iTunes' structure and design intent are important in seeing why it does what it does.

The main iTunes' window provides many features associated with recording and playing back audio files.


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