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How to Transfer Songs from iPod to Computer Windows 8.1 – Free w/iTunes Library

Watch how to transfer music from iPod to computer Windows 8.1 with iTunes 11 – 2014. You need to see how to transfer music from ipod to itunes, if your compu…
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The top 10 songs and albums on the iTunes Store

The top 10 songs and albums on the iTunes Store
iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending Feb 24, 2014: Top Songs. 1 Happy (From "Despicable Me 2"), Pharrell Williams. 2 Talk Dirty (feat. 2 Chainz), Jason Derulo. 3 Dark Horse (feat. Juicy J), Katy Perry. 4 All of Me, John Legend. 5 Pompeii …
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Big Island film 'The Land of Eb' is released on iTunes and Google Play
“The Land of Eb”, a feature film produced entirely on the Big Island of Hawaii was picked up by a distributor and was released worldwide February 25th on digital platforms including iTunes and Google Play. The film is loosely based on local Marshallese …
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The Best Podcast On iTunes — The James Altucher Show
James Altucher is the host of a new podcast on the Stansberry Radio Network. Altucher is part mad scientist, part hedge fund manager… with an added dash of honesty about the world that people can't resist. He's real, widely loved by those who follow …
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Little red lawsuit: Prince sues 22 people for pirating his songs

Despite once being considered an online innovator, Prince has more recently made a name for himself for being unafraid to confront the infringement of his work. Now, the artist has filed a hefty $ 22 million lawsuit against 22 Facebook and Blogger users for working in concert to steal his content.

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Acoustic guitar songs to cover for coffee house gig?

Question by decret ingredient: Acoustic guitar songs to cover for coffee house gig?
My buddy asked me to perform at his restaurant next week. Ive got my own songs, but he’s just looking for some crowd pleasers. What are a few acoustic songs I should cover?

Its sort of a laid back / romantic kind of atmosphere. Also, I’ve only got a week to learn the songs, so not real hard ones please…

Thanks!

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Answer by mooaura
Unintended – Muse?

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How do i transfer an iPod to another computer without deleting the songs?

Question by Gooey: How do i transfer an iPod to another computer without deleting the songs?
The computer that my Ipod was synchronized to broke down. How do get my iPod to another computer without deleting the songs and so that i can get new songs onto my iPod. ( It is a third generation nano)

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Answer by Bob L
plug it into your new computer and cancel the sync then in iTunes go to the iPod under devices and select “manually manage music” this will allow you to select what songs to put on the new computer

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How can I stop iTunes from sorting my songs?

Question by Nikki P: How can I stop iTunes from sorting my songs?
I’ve downloaded iTunes onto a couple of computers, and all of the time, it sorts my songs into folders based on the artist. Is there a way I can download iTunes without it sorting my songs?

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Answer by Dasanati
You can change that in the preferences tab.
Within that look at the Advanced tab and uncheck “Keep iTunes music folder organized.”
That should solve your problem.

You have to do this before importing any songs into iTunes, otherwise it will proceed to repeat your past dilemma.

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How do I get my old songs from my old ipod on my new ipod on a different comp. from the old ipod ?

Question by Lexi: How do I get my old songs from my old ipod on my new ipod on a different comp. from the old ipod ?
I received a new ipod for Christmas and want to put the songs from my old ipod on it. Also, my old ipod is synced up to a computer and I would like my new ipod synced up to a different computer. Can I do all of this with music rescue?
Help!

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Answer by yamaha100123
you can install idump on your computer.
just plug in the old ipod and select all the songs you would like click save then plug the new one in and sync it drom itunes.
done!
it is a pretty easy and fast process.
hope this helps
contact me with any questions.

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Does anyone know any songs that are about robots?

Question by Maddy.: Does anyone know any songs that are about robots?
I’m doing an add for my english assignment and the add is about robots and I want a song for the back round but unfortunately I don’t know any songs about robots. Please help!!!!

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Answer by Jimmy O
Mr Roboto- Styx- an awful song, but it’s the best I could do.

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How do you search for songs inside Windows Phone?

Question by Charles: How do you search for songs inside Windows Phone?
I just got a Windows Phone. I synced songs to my phone, but I seem to have a hard time searching for specific songs. How do I search like on the iphone or in Zune?

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Answer by Cindy
http://windowsteamblog.com/windows_phone/b/windowsphone/archive/2011/06/08/q-amp-a-the-story-behind-music-search.aspx
hope this can help you

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Smack Attack Makes Dessert Songs By Linking Your Automobile’s Steering Wheel And Your iPhone

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My vehicle’s steering wheel has taken a beating since of the all the lousy drum fills I’ve banged out on it over the years, and at least one business owner thinks that experience could utilize a bit of renovation.

Gregor Hanuschak (who, in a previous life, worked for NASA) has actually put together a Kickstarter job for the Smack Attack, an in-car gadget that lets individuals make those steering wheel drum solos a bit more substantial.

Here’s the task in a nutshell: the Smack Attack system includes two different components, a steering wheel cover and an app for the iOS gadget of your deciding on. When that wheel cover is linked to your iDevice by means of Bluetooth, wannabe Ringo Starrs out there can cause preloaded drum samples in the app thanks to eight stress sensors that are snuggled neatly inside the textile of the cover. Naturally, you’ll likewise be able to personalize the samples that get triggered so you can exchange out that snare drum for a Wookiee bellow (because, you understand, why not?). Oh, and in the event you’re not traveling alone, the app permits for various other prospective drummers to jam at the exact same time … which could spell disaster for your trip depending on how talented your companions are.

As downright ridiculous as the project seems (just have a look at this early Smack Attack promo, for paradise’s sake), Hanuschak is really trying to take on a genuine issue — that propensity for drivers to area out throughout long stretches at the wheel. By giving motorists something right in their hands to concentrate on, Hanuschak hopes that the Smack Attack will keep them from making some potentially deadly errors. Obviously, one could say that sticking a musical toy on a wheel presents some security concerns of its own, so it goes without stating that the Smack Attack isn’t the right device for everybody. Hanuschak is looking to raise a massive $ 200,000 to bring the steering wheel cover/app combination to market by the end of the year, and (assuming you’re a responsible motorist) you’ll have the ability to declare your very own in-car music maker for $ 149.



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