Kirk McElhearn takes up the challenge of informing you about the changes and enhancements to the latest revision to iTunes in iTunes 12: The FAQ. Various interface elements have come, gone, come back again and been updated, as well as new capabilities added. Kirk talks about some of the most used, gives perhaps the most compelling reason that iTune shouldn’t be broken down into separate apps. How and why to make a simplified iTunes interface, why it is important to dislike as well as like tracks, and the new tags specifically for classical music are just part of what Kirk discusses.
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Kirk McElhearn writes about Macs, iPods, iTunes, books, music and more. He is a Senior Contributor to Macworld, where he writes the Ask the iTunes Guy column and the Hey Apple, Fix This! column. He is also a regular contributor to TidBITS, as well as several other web sites and magazines. He is co-host of The Next Track and The Committed podcast.
How to Set Up iTunes as a Minimalist Music Player by Kirk McElhearn
The Next Track – podcast with Kirk McElhearn and Doug Adams