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How do I add track names in iTunes?

How do I add track names in iTunes?

From the main iTunes window, point to a track (or several tracks) whose name you want to change. Then right-click and select “Get Track Names” to load the track names automatically. As this doesn’t always work out the way it should, you can also select “Get Info” and add the track name manually.

How do I fix an iTunes track order?

Go to “Get info” (right/2 finger/option click), and about halfway down, there will be an area where you can change the track number for the album.

How do I get iTunes to recognize a CD?

In the iTunes app on your PC, choose Edit > Preferences, then click General. Click the “When a CD is inserted” pop-up menu, then choose an option: Show CD: iTunes opens the CD but doesn’t play or import it.

How can I get track names from iTunes?

If you’ve already imported the CD but are missing all of its information, you may still be able to get it from GraceNote. To do that: Make sure you’re connected to the internet. Open iTunes, if it’s not already running. Single click the songs you want to get information for. Click the File menu. Click Library . Click Get Track Names .

What to do if you dont see songs on iTunes on your computer?

In the iTunes app on your PC, make sure you’re connected to the internet and have a CD inserted in your computer’s disc drive (or external drive connected to your computer). If you don’t see information for the CD, click the CD button near the top left of the iTunes window. Enter the song information for any of the songs.

Why are there no song names on iTunes?

When you don’t get any song or album names in iTunes, that’s because GraceNote hasn’t sent any information to iTunes. This can happen for a few reasons: The CD is from a very small record label, is obscure, or is self-released. Albums like that may not be included in GraceNote’s database.

How does iTunes know what songs are on a CD?

All of that information actually lives on the Internet. When you rip a CD, iTunes uses a service called GraceNote (formerly known as the CDDB, or the Compact Disc Data Base) to identify the CD and add the names of songs, artists, and albums for each track.