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Manage classical music in iTunes 12

Kirk McElhearn | Aug. 5, 2015
iTunes has always been designed for "songs," and, for the most part, classical music isn't a song-based genre. Because of this, organizing classical music in iTunes can be a bit complicated. But with a few workarounds, it's possible to maintain a large classical music library in iTunes. Here's how.

Getting it right

If you've already got a large classical music collection, and haven't normalized your tags, it can take a while to do so. But tagging your files correctly helps you find them when searching, or lets you browse your iTunes library more efficiently. Make sure to tag all your new purchases in the same way. While classical music requires some different tagging techniques than other genres, once you get used to it, it's second nature.


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