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Mastering Apple Music - The Ultimate iTunes User Guide

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Mastering Apple Music - The Ultimate iTunes User Guide

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78 pages
50 minutes
Lansat:
Feb 5, 2018
ISBN:
9781386802341
Format:
Carte

Descriere

Apple Music is, to quote the company, "All the ways you love music. All in one place."

In non-marketing lingo, Apple Music is built around two major components: iCloud Music Library, which combines your purchased music library and ripped tracks in one place; and the Apple Music streaming catalog, where you can find more than 10 million tracks from artists around the world.

These two parts live side by side in the Music app: You can keep each separate by only streaming the Apple Music catalog, or you can add streaming songs to your offline Music library, where they can be mixed into playlists (offline or publicly shareable) or shuffled amongst the rest of your music.

Apple Music also offers a massive recommendation and browsing area for its streaming catalog: As you listen to songs in the Music app, Apple collects data about your tastes and drops daily custom-curated playlists in the app for you to listen to, along with a weekly algorithmic "New Music" mix that suggests songs and artists you might like. You can also poke around the entire streaming catalog's array of new music, curated playlists, music videos, and more.

Lastly, Apple Music includes a live, 24/7 radio station called Beats 1: It's only available to paying subscribers and features three main DJs along with a panoply of specialty shows from artists like Dr Dre, Elton John, Ryan Adams, Frank Ocean, Major Lazer, and Anna Lunoe.

Table of Contents

 Introduction

1. Signing up for Apple Music

2. Setting up Family Sharing

3. Take Charge of Your iTunes Account

4. Controlling your iTunes Genius

5. iTunes Match

6. Digital Rights Management

7. iPhone Music App

8. iTunes Radio

9. Transfer your iTunes Library from Several PCs

10. Migration

11. Downgrading from iTunes 12 to iTunes 11

12. iTunes Restriction Feature

13. Creating and Using Playlists on iPhone

14. Optimizing your iPhone Storage

15. Creating Playlist in iTunes

16. iTunes Account Purchase Problems

17. Adding Apple Music to Your iCloud Music Library

18. Reset iCloud Music Library

19. Apple Music on iTunes Instead of Matched

20. Updating your iTunes Version

21. Back Up iTunes With External HD

22. Authorize Computers on your iTunes

23. Setting ICloud IOS and ITunes Automatic Downloads

24. Beats 1

25. iTunes on Linux

26. Convert iTunes Music to MP3

27. Uninstall iTunes Without Losing Your Favorite Songs

Lansat:
Feb 5, 2018
ISBN:
9781386802341
Format:
Carte

Despre autor

Adidas Wilson was born in Chicago, Illinois, surviving a near death experience driving off a bridge in an 18 wheeler and getting hit by a train. Adidas has dedicated his time and effort to educate, motivate, and inspire people around the world to make positive lifestyle changes. Adidas enrolled at the University of Phoenix graduating with a bachelor's in Healthcare Management. Also studying Health care Informatics - Master Degree program at Lipscomb University. Amazon Best Seller's List and mentioned in Entrepreneur Magazine. 


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THE AUTHOR HAS MADE every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information within this book was correct at time of publication. The author does not assume and hereby disclaims any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions result from accident, negligence, or any other cause.

Table of Contents

Introduction

1. Signing up for Apple Music

2. Setting up Family Sharing

3. Take Charge of Your iTunes Account

4. Controlling your iTunes Genius

5. iTunes Match

6. Digital Rights Management

7. iPhone Music App

8. iTunes Radio

9. Transfer your iTunes Library from Several PCs

10. Migration

11. Downgrading from iTunes 12 to iTunes 11

12. iTunes Restriction Feature

13. Creating and Using Playlists on iPhone

14. Optimizing your iPhone Storage

15. Creating Playlist in iTunes

16. iTunes Account Purchase Problems

17. Adding Apple Music to Your iCloud Music Library

18. Reset iCloud Music Library

19. Apple Music on iTunes Instead of Matched

20. Updating your iTunes Version

21. Back Up iTunes With External HD

22. Authorize Computers on your iTunes

23. Setting iCloud IOS and iTunes Automatic Downloads

24. Beats 1

25. iTunes on Linux

26. Convert iTunes Music to MP3

27. Uninstall iTunes Without Losing Your Favorite Songs

Introduction

Introduced in 2015 , this service works more like iTunes Radio, Spotify, Beats Music, and others. This was a major leap by Apple from reliance on music sales using iTunes and into streaming. If you are a diehard music fan, then you can be sure Apple got your back on this one. Perhaps the best thing about Apple Music is that its basics are super easy to understand, and there will always be updates if the service stands. Apple Music is an app that is built into the iOS and offers users up to four ways when it comes to interacting with music. Hence, it has more to offer than the previous Music app. These four aspects include the following; Streaming, Apple has a new Spotify-style way of streaming known as the marquee, a feature used in Apple Music. Now that streaming has taken over as the main purchase of music, Apple has implemented this into its iOS service. This design involves Radio, curation and connect. Is it like iTunes Radio? These two services are not the same thing, as iTunes radio is a service for radio streaming where the user can create stations that include their favorite music or artists. But do not have control over the song they can hear or be able to save it offline. Apple Music, on the other hand, works more like Spotify, which is a completely user-controlled jukebox. This app is used on iOS rather than a mobile app, but Android users can rely on a new standalone app, which will replace the Beats Music app for Android. Windows users can use it via iTunes, but there won’t be any native Windows phone app currently available. The music service costs $9.99 per month if you are an individual user. But for families with up to six people, you will need $14.99 per month. It comes with a 3-month free trial for new users after signing up.  But if you don’t want to sign up, you can still use the service as a song’s library from your computer. Apple Music uses Apple ID to log in to the service, but you can also use it offline provided you have an Apple Music subscription. The combination of iTunes, iPod, and Apple has had a positive effect on everyday life, especially within the last decade and a half or so. For the music lovers, this has been a great transformation altogether. And while this is just one of the many changes along the way, although the iPod was not the first device of its kind in the market, it came with numerous benefits altogether. The device has impressed in the market so far, thanks to the ability it offers the users to bring with them a entire collection of the music they like, without having to carry a load of CDs whenever they went. Well, iPod changed all the impossibilities and is doing a lot better even with all the other options around. iTunes came into the picture at the turn of the decade; however, it was not well known, since it was SoundJam MP back then until Apple changed it into iTunes in 2001. The original version was not capable of offering music downloads or transferring music to the iPod. And then Jukebox, which would help people listen to any music ever recorded whenever they were or wanted to. Most companies jumped into copying it, but most of them failed as the music-industry lawsuits took a toll on them. Privacy took center stage as there was no any viable legal option. iTunes Store came to change all this in 2003, as it offered prices for

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