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sakParticipantSeptember 10, 2014 at 3:55 pmPost count: 1
Thank you for your very prompt response!
Even if I change the song title I still have the problem. For example in iTunes I renamed Aquarius in the New Broadway Cast Recording to “N – Aquarius”. If I import it to my New Cast Recording Playlist in Anytune it also replaces “Aquarius” in my Anytune Original Cast Recording Playlist.
The albums are different: “Hair (The Original Broadway Cast Recording)” and “Hair (The New Broadway Cast Recording)”.
The artists are also different. For example, the artist listed for Aquarius on the original cast recording is “Ronald Dyson”. The artist listed for Aquarius on the new cast recording is “Sasha Allen & Tribe”.
If I inport “N – Aquarius” using “Add to Anytune” in the File menu:
1) “Aquarius” is replaced by “N – Aquarius” in “All Tunes” (under “ANYTUNE TUNES”)
2) “Aquarius” is replaced by “N – Aquarius” in my Original Cast Recording Playlist.
If I drag the song in from iTunes to “All Tunes” the same thing happens.
If I have “Aquarius” but not “N-Aquarius” in “All Tunes”, and both of my Hair Playlists, and then drag “N – Aquarius” directly to my New Cast Recording Playlist, “Aquarius” is replaced by “N – Aquarius” in all 3 groups.
I don’t know how to use iTunes integration.
WHOA!! Stop the presses! I think I just figured out the problem. The file names for many of the individual songs were identical on the two albums. For example for Aquarius the file name on both albums was “01 Aquarius.m4a”. Changing the name of the song in iTunes didn’t change the file name. If I go to Finder and change the actual file name, it eliminates the problem. Issue solved!
Thanks again for your very prompt response! Keep up the good work!