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  • How-Tos: How to import music into iTunes

    Apple's iTunes is great software for organising your digital music collection

  • How-Tos: How to burn digital music files to a CD in Windows Media Centre

    Windows Media Centre, which was first introduced in Vista and given a new user-interface and improved functions in Windows 7, is a media player designed to bring music, pictures and even digital TV and movies to one location on a Windows PC

  • How-Tos: How to fix iTunes Match Error tracks

    Among the icons you might see in your iTunes library after enabling iTunes Match is this unfriendly guy to the left: a cloud with an exclamation point in it. No, it's not hinting at a chance of inclement weather; it means that iTunes Match has encountered a problem while scanning the track in question.

  • How-Tos: How to enable Home Sharing on an iPhone

    Home Sharing is a feature in Apple's iTunes that allows PC users to share their digital music and video libraries with up to five other computers located in the same household.

  • How-Tos: Check your music's iCloud Status

    iTunes Match is new (it arrived Monday) and exciting (all your music everywhere! your old CD rips upgraded to iTunes Plus quality!), but it's also confusing. What songs went where? Did iTunes Match find a track or did your copy of iTunes have to upload it to Apple's servers?

  • How-Tos: How to enable Home Sharing on an iPad

    Home Sharing is a feature in Apple's iTunes that allows PC users to share their digital music and video libraries with up to five other computers located in the same household.

  • How-Tos: Updating a stubborn iPod touch to iOS 5

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  • How-Tos: How to display pictures while listening to music in Windows Media Centre

    Windows Media Centre, which was first introduced in Vista and given a new user-interface and improved functions in Windows 7, is a media player designed to bring music, pictures and even digital TV and movies to one location on a Windows PC

  • How-Tos: How to burn digital music files to a CD in Windows Media Player

    As well as allowing you to listen to music stored on your PC, Windows Media Player, the media player that's integrated into Microsoft's Windows operating system, also enables PC users to burn these digital tracks to CD, providing your machine has a CD writer.

  • How-Tos: How to burn digital music files to CD in Apple's iTunes

    Apple's iTunes is great for organising your digital music collection on your PC. But what if you want to listen to those digital tracks elsewhere perhaps when you're in your car or on a stereo system that doesn't support music-streaming?

  • How-Tos: How to create and listen to playlists in Windows Media Centre

    We've already shown you how to create and listen to playlists of digital music in Windows Media Player, but if you've got a machine running Windows Vista or Windows 7, you can also use Windows Media Centre.

  • How-Tos: How to create music playlists in Windows Media Player

    Windows has its own intergrated media player that allows you to listen to music stored on your PC.

  • How-Tos: How to use Spotify on Facebook

    Social network Facebook recently revealed it has joined forces with music-streaming service Spotify to allow users to share any music they listen to with their friends on the site.

  • How-Tos: How to record a podcast

    Podcasting is a useful vehicle for communicating with clients, colleagues and fellow hobbyists. We explain how to get started, recording and delivering your podcast

  • How-Tos: How to rip CD box sets in iTunes

    I've got a lot of music in my collection, and some of it in box sets of varying sizes. From a 37-disc set of Schubert's lieder, to an 80-disc set of all of Glenn Gould's recordings, to a 98-disc set of Shakespeare's plays, to a 172-disc set of Bach's complete works. With all these box sets, my shelves are full. Recently, another one arrived: a 73-CD set of the Grateful Dead's Europe '72 tour; all 22 concerts recorded during the tour.

  • How-Tos: How to find and replace a missing video codec

    A reader wrote to us complaining that she couldn't get video files to play in Windows Media Player. Our Helproom expert diagnosed a missing codec, and set about solving the problem.

  • How-Tos: How to build a DIY media server

    Access music, video and photos from anywhere in the house. We show you how to create a home media server from an old PC

  • How-Tos: How to set up a dedicated home media server

    With a dedicated box, you can access music, video and photos from anywhere in the house. We show you how, using a WD TV Live Hub.

  • How-Tos: Playing nice with GarageBand for iPad

    Apple touts its GarageBand for iPad application as a great way to play and record music without the need to learn scales or time signatures. Musical newbies aren’t the only ones interested in using the $5 app, however. GarageBand for iPad appeals to seasoned musicians, too. And those with significant investments in recording equipment may be wondering which, if any, of their existing gear will work with the portable version of GarageBand. I decided to grab my trusty iPad, my iPad camera connection kit, and powered USB hub and plug in whatever I had around to see what would work.

  • How-Tos: Back up your iTunes media files

    As time goes by, and our digital media collections grow, we need to ensure that we don’t lose the music and video files that we’ve spent our hard-earned dollars (or, in the case of ripping our own CDs and DVDs, considerable time) on. Music, videos, and audiobooks can add up until your iTunes library fills your hard disk and then some. In addition to storing the original files, you have to make sure you keep backups, because in many cases you can’t download such files again.


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