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A way to store I tunes on a remote hard drive


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Old 07-12-2008, 12:57:21 PM
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Default A way to store I tunes on a remote hard drive

Does anyone know how to store I tunes on a remote (removable) hard drive? thanks Jeff
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Default Re: a way to store I tunes on a remote hard drive

First off...when you encode your music, do NOT save it as an ".aac" file...because that is an apple proprietary type and you would be well advised to keep it in a more universal format...so encode your stuff to mp3's.

After that, just copy them from the directory that they get stored in and into your external hard drive.....then you can play it off another computer or copy them into the drive of the other computer, etc.

I like old radio shows (Fibber McGee and Molly, Jack Benny, etc...) ...I have over 16000 of them (including newscasts too) that I copied from transcription discs and other sources......I put some in my Ipod, but most reside on various drives and CD-R's......but the real fun is that I also built an AM transmitter of decent quality so that I can broadcast them and go tune them in on some of my old radios: George and Gracie sound better outta my '37 Zenith than from the computer!!
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