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ios 6 itunes gift cardWhether you have an iThing or not, you might use iTunes to manage music, listen to internet radio and podcasts, and buy music and video. If you do, here’s how to get it working—your way.

There was a time in the distant past when iTunes was a nice basic music manager for devices made by Creative and others, when DRM – laced music and video was just a dream in some lawyer’s eye. Now, after the explosion of iPhones and iPods and the proliferation of legal media downloading, iTunes has become a necessary choice for music and video organizing. But as much as the player has improved since 2001, it’s still annoyingly limited, throwing up barriers for enthusiasts and casual users alike. Lucky for us (and despite Apple’s lack of cooperation), plenty of hacks, tweaks and add – ons can help fill the gaps—for both Mac OS and Windows. Here are some of the best:

Sync With Whatever the Hell You Want
iTunes nowadays will only directly sync with Apple products, but we’re a gadget site, so we sought out a few apps to make syncing your iTunes library with other devices as painless as possible:
• iTunes Sync (Win): This tidy little app will sync your library with just about anything that Windows recognizes as a removable disk. The super – long supported device list only scratches the surface, but includes a lot of BlackBerry and Symbian phones—again, anything that your PC assigns a drive letter should work just fine.
• iTunes Agent: Almost the same as iTunes Sync. If that app fails you, you might have better luck with this.
• BlackBerry Media Sync (Mac/Win): Exactly what it sounds like, though Mac users will have to use a beta build.
• Pocket Tunes Sync (Win): If you can’t connect your WinMo or Palm handset to your PC as a mass storage device for some iTunes Sync or iTunes Agent love, this’ll do. Counter to the Dealzmodo Hack philosophy, though, it’s a paid app, so try the other stuff first.Software integration[edit]
In OS X, applications can access the iTunes Library directly, allowing access to its playlists and songs. Music files from iTunes can be embedded directly into Pages documents and can be used as soundtracks for iDVD, iMovie, and Keynote productions. In addition, any song exported from GarageBand, Apple’s basic music – making application, is automatically added to the user’s iTunes music library. iTunes Artwork.saver is a screen saver included in Mac OS X that displays album artwork as a screen saver.

On Windows, Adobe Photoshop Elements can connect to iTunes in order to stream its photo library on Apple TV.

iTunes can be scripted, using AppleScript for OS X or using the Apple – provided SDK for iTunes on Windows, allowing many other applications to integrate themselves into iTunes. A common use is to manipulate tags, by finding and replacing text, adding text to the beginning or end of a tag, correct capitalization and more.Printing
To compensate for the lack of a physical CD, iTunes can print custom – made jewel case inserts as well as song lists and album lists. After burning a CD from a playlist, one can select that playlist and bring up a dialog box with several print options. The user can choose to print either a single album cover (for purchased iTunes albums) or a compilation cover (for user – created playlists). iTunes then automatically sets up a template with art on one side and track titles on the other.[citation needed]

Sound processing[edit]
iTunes includes sound processing features, such as equalization, “sound enhancement” and crossfade. There is also a feature called Sound Check, which automatically adjusts the playback volume of all songs in the library to the same level; this is usually called volume leveling or audio normalization. Like “sound enhancement” and crossfade, this can be turned on in the Playback section of iTunes’ preferences.

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