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Chapter 17. Labeling, Categorizing, and ... > Configuring a Song's Options

Configuring a Song's Options

You can configure a number of options for the songs in your Library, including the following:

  • Relative Volume— You can change a song's relative volume so it is either louder or quieter than “normal.” This is useful if you like to listen to songs recorded at a variety of volume levels because the volume remains somewhat similar as you move from song to song.

  • Equalizer Preset— You can use the iTunes Equalizer to configure the relative volume of sound frequencies. You'll learn about the Equalizer in Chapter 19, “Equalizing Your Music.”

  • My Rating— You can give tunes a rating from one to five stars. You can use ratings in various ways, such as to create criteria for playlists (such as include only my five-star songs) or to sort the Content pane.

  • Start and Stop Time— You can set songs to start or stop at certain points in the track. This can be useful if you don't want to hear all of a track, such as when a song has an introduction you don't want to hear each time the song plays.


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