Fix iTunes Library Artwork Automatically

If you have an iPod or iPhone you probably have iTunes. And you also probably have a ton of music imported in your iTunes. Well this is because you can take your music with you on your iPhone and iPod. You like listening to your music on the go and it’s a great way to enjoy times alone on the go and perhaps even spending it with your friends

But the thing that gets really, really annoying is when you look at your iPod or iPhone and you notice that there’s no album cover artwork. It only shows a great square with a lighter shade of gray music note. The typical default album cover to music iTunes can’t recognize what you get in iTunes and when you sync your iPhone and iPod you take that same ugly gray music note with you. That sucks! You have a lot of these gray music notes in your iTunes and they look the same on your iPod and iPhone. Wouldn’t you rather look at beautiful album cover artwork?

You skip through and through and everyone single one of your songs is gray album cover with gray music notes. OK once in a while you have that beautiful album cover from your favorite band but the majority of your music is without album covers. What a shame because music sounds even better when you have the rockin’ album covers that go with that music. It’s like a perfect combination. I’m a very visual person and I like to see what I’m listening to but all I see is gray, gray, gray nothing else. Not digging the gray!!

You must fix this annoying situation as it’s a huge problem for you. You have an very high end tool like the iPhone or iPod but you are not using it to the fullest with all it can do for you. The album cover artwork is KEY to your music and you must have it with you when you sync your music from your iTunes. You need to fix this problem and fix this problem now.

Can you do it by hand? Well yes you can add album cover artwork by hand but it’s too tedious and takes way too long to get them all in one by one. And if you have a huge iTunes library then think of spending several weeks to a month to add the album cover artwork by hand because it’s going to take a really long time. Remember you first have to find those album covers online then select the albums in iTunes then attach it. Now that will take way damn too long. You have much better things to do than sitting in front of the computer attaching artwork right? It’s just not doable.

What you want is something that can do it for you. Something that can automatically add album artwork to all your music in iTunes plus do a countless number of other fixes that your iTunes needs. Right? You need an amazing tool to get this problem fixed for you in your iTunes.

All you have to do is install the software on your computer and launch it. Then set up a couple of things in the software (it’s necessary to do this so it does the right fixes for you) then just let it run and do its magic to your iTunes. Go away. Depending on how much music you have you can set it up to do it’s thing overnight or just in a couple of hours. Then when you come back you’ll have a completely organized iTunes library. You’ll be so happy! Then sync your iPhone and or iPod to your organized iTunes then look at your music on your devices to see a whole new music collection. WOW, it’s pretty darn amazing!

These are all the things this cool program does to your iTunes:

1. Fix iTunes Cover Album Artwork

2. Removes Duplicate Songs

3. Fixes Misspelled Songs

4. Fills In Missing Artists, Years & Genres

5. It’s Completely All Automatic

Once I installed and ran this software I didn’t’ have to do anything to my iTunes by hand anymore. It does it for me all automatically. Every so often when I add a whole bunch of new music to my iTunes I run it so it does it’s fixes. After all I do like my music in iTunes fixed! And I’m sure you are going to like it that way too. Try it now because you will love it! Try it for free!!

Fix Your iTunes Music Library

iTunes is my best friend. I love music and I have tons of music in my iTunes. My entire collection of music that I have bought over the years has been loaded into my iTunes. I have been collecting music all my life. Well for 2/3’s of my life that is. But in reality iTunes is my worst enemy. I have such a disorganized iTunes that it makes me really stressed out. Truth is though I would love to find a quick and easy way to fix my disorganized iTunes and to put it back in complete working order.

Once I have my computer launched the first thing I open is my iTunes. I use iTunes daily it’s pretty much my life, music that is. It has my entire collection in one place in my iTunes on the big computer. But there’s something that really frustrates me though and that is because I have songs that are misspelled or aren’t titled. There’s other problems like a lot of my music is missing the beautiful album cover artwork and there are a ton of duplicate songs in my iTunes, which are taking up so much space! You know when I buy an album from Madonna for example the Like A Virgin Album. Then I also have the Immaculate Collection and GHV2 and Celebration her last greatest hits album. So this causes a problem because I have duplicate songs all over the place. Four versions of Like A Virgin in my iTunes, is too much. And it’s not just Madonna that I have done this with. I have tons of bands with this same scenario. So I have a lot of duplicate songs that I need to remove or set aside.

I have come to realize that I seriously need to fix my iTunes. It needs major fixing. I started researching programs to Fix Your iTunes Music Library and found a great software tool that does wonders to my iTunes library and fixes everything. I was wondering if I had to go through all my songs by hand and fix them. I was thinking that would really drive me ultra crazy. It just would not get done if I had to do it all by hand. It would take so much time and I have so much better things to do than sit in front of my computer and organize! Not!

I need a tool that can do all of the iTunes Fixes Automatically. All I want to do is launch a program on my computer my iTunes is on, click a couple of buttons, set a couple of things and let it run by itself. After extensive research online I found the best tool! It is exactly what I really wanted to Fix My iTunes Music Library. I first downloaded a free trial and ran it and I liked what it did so I had to get it and use it on my entire collection because it performed magic tricks on my collection. It was just amazing!

Now that I have ran this program to Fix My iTunes I am no longer frustrated at how messy it was. It’s completely changed my iTunes and I absolutely love it. All my songs have beautiful album cover artwork, no more misspelled songs or missing song details, no more duplicate iTunes songs. It’s all fixed. I highly recommend this tool for anyone into music, iTunes or if you have a lot of music in your iTunes.

How to Find Legal Music Online for Free

Downloading music online is a very popular activity with both good and bad connotations. Most of what you hear about people downloading music has to do with internet piracy and copyright infringement. Unfortunately, this is the route that many tech-savvy people take in order to download music that they can play on their portable audio devices. Why pay for music when they can get it for free?

Not everyone is like that, however. Some people just pay for the music. Others don’t want to pay, but they still want to download free music.

Fortunately, there are websites out there that allow you to download music for free legally, and they require no payment or subscriptions.

Some of these websites are easy to find, but others you need to spend a little more time researching.

Here are some websites that do offer completely legal, free music:

AmazonMP3.com – A very popular site that you can buy music from, but also has a section of free music. Just search for free songs and you’ll be able to download them instantly. The only downside is that you have to use their special downloading tool. The good news is that if you do plan on buying from their large selection of music, they offer much cheaper prices than their biggest competitors like iTunes.

Last.fm – Another very popular site for streaming music. All over this site you can find free downloads with direct links and no signups. You can sign up and pay for songs, but it is totally optionally. They have other paid features as well, if you’re interested… but the free music comes with no strings attached.

Sometimes you can find free music by browsing through an artist’s website or blog. A lot of artists are very innovative and choose to put their songs up online for free. Both popular and smaller, independent artists choose this method of promoting themselves, and you can benefit from the free music.

You can also use a search engine like Google, but it’s often tedious searching through all the garbage results in order to find the good stuff. Most of the websites are not really free and they usually require a subscription of some sort. A lot of the results also point to websites that are promoting online piracy with software like P2P applications. These are the websites you want to avoid.

Hopefully this gives you a better idea of what to look for online when you want free music. You may think that’s impossible to find good, free music online, but if you search hard enough, you will find it.

Putting Music Into iTunes

Many people are still relatively new at working with music in a digital format. When they buy a new iPod, they need to learn first how to transfer music into iTunes. This article explains how to take your existing music and put it into iTunes.

For those of you who have just purchased a new iPod, regarded as one of the best MP3 players, you may be wondering, “Ok, now that I have this great new device, how do I use it?”.

Apple has designed their iPods to work exclusively with a program called iTunes. After telling people that they need iTunes to work with their iPod, many people shake their head (thinking they will have to pay more money) and ask, “How can I get free iTunes for my iPod?” It is then met with much relief when I tell them that they do not need to worry because iTunes is free.

Why is iTunes free? Well, iTunes is free to download and install because Apple hopes that you will eventually be buying all of your songs, albums, and movies from the iTunes store. This way, they give you the program for free and make money on the backend. Thus, to begin putting your music into iTunes, you will need to download and install iTunes from Apple’s website.

Once you have iTunes installed, you are ready to being placing your music files into iTunes.

Normally, first time iTunes users fall into one of two categories. First, there are those people who have all of their music on CDs. The second group are people who have a lot of music already stored on their computer but need to transfer this music into iTunes.

For the first group, iTunes makes the process very easy. You simply need to start the iTunes program that you have just installed and then place your CD into your computer. iTunes will recognize this CD and then ask you if you would like to copy that music into iTunes. If you answer yes, the program begins copying the music from your CD onto your computer. Additionally, iTunes has the ability to automatically label your CDs and download the proper information, including the album art, which is very cool.

If you have a lot of CDs to import, this can be a very time consuming process. If you do not want to do it yourself, there is probably a company in your area who will do this for you and charge a nominal fee.

The second group of you already has the music on your computer. It is probably stored in MP3 format or some sort of Windows Media format. Fortunately, iTunes now has the ability to import just about any music format. To import music into iTunes, simply click the File menu and then choose “Add Folder to Library”. This will prompt you for the location of the folder in which your music currently resides. If you are unsure about this, you can use the search function on your computer to search for all of your music files.

In summary, when you purchase a new iPod, you will need to install and place all of your music into iTunes. This is either done by inserting your CDs into your computer and allowing iTunes to convert them or manually telling iTunes where your music files are on your computer to import them into iTunes. Note that this will not create a duplicate copy of your music. Rather, it simply tells the iTunes library where your music resides so that it can properly locate it.