Macworld has an article about getting around the 25000 song limit.My collection is just a little short of 160 gig. With album art it's just about I bet it's 160.
That is awesome. I look forward to that. I have a lot of old music that was taken from cassette to DVD then to the computer.Well it worked for me. I have a track that I bought years ago from a now defunct music service. To even keep it I had to burn it to CD and years ago when I ripped it I only did it at 128kpbs. I just deleted it from iTunes and was able to re-download a high quality copy at 256 kpbs. I also have CDs that I've ripped at 128 kbps but that are in boxes in the attic. Now I don't have to find them again to enjoy them at better quality. This is so sweet!
That's a slick find. I'll have to look into that.Macworld has an article about getting around the 25000 song limit.
Good luck. Don't be too disappointed if some of it that originated on cassette doesn't match. I do have some tracks ripped at low quality from CD that should match but don't, but that is only a track here and there. The vast majority matched.That is awesome. I look forward to that. I have a lot of old music that was taken from cassette to DVD then to the computer.
It's accessible anywhere, over wifi or 3G, so you can change the music on your device on the fly. You don't have to connect to iTunes, via cable or being on the same wifi network!So it doesn't allow devices with lower memory....like my kid's iPod....to access the entire library? Just download as many songs as will fit?
How is this different than a normal sync?