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Separate radio streams and spoken MP3s from music in iTunes
Authored by: stol909 on Feb 04, '10 11:16:02AM
Nice hint!

Personally, I have created a smart playlist with only one rule: time is greater than 500 minutes (if that is long enough for you, of course). It is automatically filled with all streams which have time: Continuous.

For further organization of my Music collection, I created a Playlist Folder called, for example, 'Archive'. In there I put playlists of things I don't want to listen to regularly, like acapellas, demos, spoken word, reference tracks etc. Then I created another smart playlist, let's call it 'Music' which again has only one rule: Playlist is not 'Archive' (you can also add Playlist is not 'Radio' here). From now on I use the 'Music' smart playlist as the source for many things, like feeding the iTunes DJ, autofilling my iPod and creating all the other smart playlists. And 'banning' some track from casual listening only takes some drag'n'drop to some playlist in the 'Archive' folder.

Well, that's just my way of doing things - hope it helps! Any suggestions are welcome.
Edited on Feb 04, '10 11:17:07AM by stol909


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