How to sync my iPod music files to new Mac

Feb 20, 2011
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So my iPod has been synced to our desktop, and I have bought some music from my ipod that is not on the desktop. But now i have a new computer and i want my music from my ipod, not the desktop, on the iTunes on the new computer, but transfer purchases isn't working. So.. is there a way to transfer from the ipod on to the new iTunes? Or can someone at the genius bar do that for me?

Thanks
 
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So my iPod has been synced to our desktop, and I have bought some music from my ipod that is not on the desktop. But now i have a new computer and i want my music from my ipod, not the desktop, on the iTunes on the new computer, but transfer purchases isn't working. So.. is there a way to transfer from the ipod on to the new iTunes? Or can someone at the genius bar do that for me?

Thanks
You can purchase software like iPod copy master, $20 I believe, and then pull all the music off and move it over to your new computer. Just used this software 2 times in the past few weeks.
 

mandly

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Aug 1, 2011
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Maybe it will help you transfer Music from an iPod to your Mac
1.Download and install Senuti.
2.Open Senuti and familiarize yourself with its interface.
3.From the Senuti menu, select Preferences. Select Copying.
4.Connect the iPod to your Mac if you haven't already done so.
5.In the Source side-bar, click Library. Unlike iTunes, Senuti uses Library to refer to your iPod's collection of music. After you click Library, you should see the songs on your iPod.
6.Select the songs you want to copy to your Mac.
7.Click the Copy button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Senuti will move the music from the iPod to your Mac.