By default, i Tunes organizes albums based on the name of the album's artist.Some songs from the same album might not be grouped together if their album names differ slightly, if the album is a compilation, or songs from the album have different artists.If you want to combine all of the tracks on a CD, you can simply press CTRL A (Windows) or CMD A (Mac) to select all of the displayed tracks and then select the “Options” menu and you should see a third option to .The feature otherwise works in the same way as it did in previous versions of i Tunes.If you’re running i Tunes off another operating system, such as a Windows computer, you’ll need to manually set the i Tunes library to consolidate.
We'll answer several questions here each week, and of course, you can always get help with more immediate concerns from the i Lounge Discussion Forums.
Your i Tunes library is a database that i Tunes uses to organize your media.
It's made up of all of the music and other content that you add to i Tunes.
Then we will tackle the chore of tidying up your i Tunes library, deleting duplicates, finding missing album art, and filling in metadata.
Amazon makes it insanely simple to align music purchased from it with your i Tunes library, but you need the Amazon Music app, available for both Mac and PC, instead of just accessing the service from a browser.