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Old 02-24-2007, 08:14 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by ElyseC View Post
Under the Advanced tab in Preferences there's a checkbox next to "Keep iTunes Music folder organized". If that's checked in yours, try unchecking it and reimporting your MP3 collection.
That was indeed the culprit. I just found myself going round in circles with both pieces of software - an intensely frustrating business!

I do use iTunes to rip CDs and I may try to make friends with it again - I haven't yet forgiven it for renaming my files though...;-(

I did notice that it lists a few internet radio stations. They're a wee bit obscure but I do listen to the radio a lot, mostly the BBC from their website. It got me wondering, though, whether there's an easy way to locate a wider selection of internet radio stations? I've tried once or twice to find a sensible directory of them but usually end up getting bogged down in dross.

It also got me wondering if there's any software that makes it convenient to actually record a radio programme in the same way that you record TV programmes? Just a thought...
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