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That's why, after a moment, iMovie automatically begins to download the list of songs on your CD, assuming that you're online. (iTunes may also open auto- matically, depending on how you've set up the CDs & DVDs panel in System Pref- erences.) Behind the scenes, it's consulting the Gracenote Internet CD database--a worldwide repository of track and album information. After a few moments, switch back into iMovie. You'll see that both the track names and the name of the album have now been typed in for you. You'll also notice that the pop-up menu above the Audio palette has changed to identify the name of the album. 3.Findthesongyouwant. To do so, double-click one of the songs in the scrolling list (or click a song and then click the Play triangle button below the list). Click the Play triangle again to stop the music. Unfortunately, there's no way to fast-forward. 4.Insertthesongintooneofyouraudiotracks. You can use either of the techniques identifed in the previous step 3 (page 223). Either click the Place at Playhead button beneath the song list, or drag the song name out of the list and into position on one of your audio tracks. CD Music