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Chapter 13. Touring iTunes > What You Can Do with iTunes

What You Can Do with iTunes

I could fill a book (or at least Part II of this book) with all the great things you can do with iTunes. Following are some examples just to whet your appetite:

  • Listen to audio CDs.

  • Listen to Internet radio and podcasts.

  • Store all the music you like in a single place so you never need to fuss with individual CDs again.

  • Search and organize all this music so listening to exactly the music you want is just a matter of a few mouse clicks (and maybe a few key presses).

  • Create custom albums (called playlists) containing the specific songs you want to hear.

  • Create custom albums (called smart playlists) that are based on a set of criteria, such as all the jazz music you have rated at four or five stars.

  • Use the iTunes built-in Equalizer to make your music just right.

  • Burn your own music CDs to play in those oh-so-limited CD players in your car, a boombox, or in your home.

  • Share your music collection with other people over a wired or wireless network; you can listen to music other people share with you as well.


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