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Playing Audio Files - Learn Mac OS Snow Leopard

Bestselling Learn Guitar on Android! In this video, Mahalo technology expert Justin Zagri explains how to play your audio files on Snow Leopard. Playing Audio Files --------------------------------------------------------------------- Put the CD into your computer's CD slot. You have several different options to play the music.1. Using iTunes:iTunes will automatically open up once the CD is recognized.?iTunes will provide a dialogue box that asks if you want to import the CD. If you select Yes, it will automatically add the songs to your iTunes library. If you select No you can import the music manually.?Import Settings: This option allows you to change the form of the files on the CD before you import them. It provides different types of encoding that will change the size and quality of the song files. You can also adjust the settings for your iTunes audio quality.?Import CD: This option will automatically add the songs on the CD to your iTunes library. When the CD album appears in iTunes, the name, time, artist, album and genre of each song should be already labeled for you. If not, you may be able to locate the track names on iTunes through the internet.?2. Other methods:When the CD is recognized on the computer, its icon will appear on your desktop. Double click on this icon to open the CD and view its files. You can click and drag the files onto your desktop to copy them to your computer. Then, you can drag these files into your audio player to import them to your library.?Right-click on the song file and select Open With to open it with a different program.?You can preview songs on your desktop by selecting them and then clicking the Space bar.?Double-click a song file to automatically open it with iTunes.? Read more by visiting our page at:
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