Then let's just agree to not get each other.monstrejumo wrote:why do you do that?When I bounce a track from Live I just have it save it to the desktop, drag that to iTunes which makes a copy in my iTunes library and then I trash the desktop copy
I still don't get what's the point of having itunes making its own library?
when I export a wav track from live on the desktop, I drag it in my monstre jumo tracks itunes playlist, then drag the desktop wav into my own music folder (itunes ALLWAYS REMEMBER THE PATH, wherever you could re-place the file!!!)
I organise my own music folder myself (pc times habit), and this avoids to have multiple copies of the same files...?
don't misunderstand me, I don't criticize itunes, just that I don't get the library mentality...
I allways disable the import and library options
It's quite simple. Soon as I drag the track into iTunes I tag it with my arist name and iTunes automatically puts it in my artist name folder in my library. It either defualts to an unknown album folder if I don't tag it with an album name or I can also tag it with an album name and it will create a folder in my artist folder for that or add it to an existing album folder if it's already there. I can also change song names or albums and it will adjust my library accordingly. It's always easy to find the file and why would I want to do all that manually? What's not to get?