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Create playlists in iTunes for all complete albums
Authored by: david-bo on Feb 12, '13 03:03:17PM

What's the purpose with this hint? I just don't understand, hence my question.

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Create playlists in iTunes for all complete albums
Authored by: Unsoluble on Feb 13, '13 10:19:44AM

Maybe there's some other esoteric purpose, but I can think of one (sort of) -- many iOS apps, like the one I use for tracking my runs, allow you to choose music to listen to, but *only* from a list of playlists. That is, I can't just choose an album, I have to have pre-create an actual playlist with the contents of that album in it. So maybe for that sort of thing?

Edited on Feb 13, '13 10:20:11AM by Unsoluble



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Create playlists in iTunes for all complete albums
Authored by: morespace54 on Mar 08, '13 10:12:07AM

Can't tell but my guess is that it can be useful to temporarily "manage" you music collection from within iTunes. I've ripped (and re-ripped) my CDs quite a few time over the years (mp3 192, mp3 256, alac, etc.) only to find out some album are still missing a few songs (either because I mistakenly erased them or because iTunes cleverly put those tracks on a different album - the band was singing with a guess artist and/or the "album by artist" field wasn't properly filed). I guess I could use this AS to do a check on which album is complete and to found out most of them are not...

Edited on Mar 08, '13 10:13:18AM by morespace54



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