iTunes 12 has made a mess of tagging media files; the new Info windows are hard to navigate, and, depending on the type of content you’re editing, the tags you see change. Doug Adams, purveyor of the wonderful Doug’s AppleScripts for iTunes came up with an AppleScript-based applet that lets you edit all the tags […]
You know that feeling when you want to play some music, but you don’t know what? You can shuffle through your music library, but I don’t do that often for two reasons. The first is that my library is made up of disparate types of music, much of it classical. All my classical music is […]
On this week’s episode of The Committed podcast, Ian Schray and I welcome special guest Doug Adams, purveyor of the Doug’s AppleScripts for iTunes website. We talk about iTunes and AppleScript, and we discuss Apple’s rumored acquisition of Beats. Check out The Committed podcast, Episode 34: “Beats”.
I write a lot about using AppleScripts with iTunes. Thanks to iTunes’ scriptability, it is possible to extend the app with numerous features and shortcuts. If not for Doug Adams, the master scripter and proprietor of Doug’s AppleScripts for iTunes, I would spend a lot more time managing my iTunes library. I often mention AppleScripts […]
You may occasionally want to re-rip one or more CDs that you own. One of the most common reasons for this is to rip CDs at a higher bit rate than you did back when disk space was more limited. Wen you do this, you may want to ensure that you don’t lose metadata for […]