>Cus­tomize your al­bums

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If an au­dio CD isn’t rec­og­nized by the Gra­cenote data­base, the al­bum will lack proper art­work. In this in­stance, if you’ve al­ready im­ported the al­bum into iTunes, go to your music li­brary and look un­der Re­cently Added, ≈- click the al­bum’s place­holder art­work and choose Get Info. iTunes will ask to con­firm that you want to edit mul­ti­ple items. Click Edit Items to open a new win­dow.

Se­lect the Art­work tab. This will sim­ply show a blank space. To add art­work, ei­ther drag an im­age from Sa­fari or Fin­der and drop it onto the space, or click the Add Art­work but­ton to find an im­age on your Mac.

At this stage, you may also want to click on the De­tails tab to up­date the al­bum’s ti­tle, artist, year, and so on. Use the Op­tions tab to set the me­dia kind, or to ask iTunes to re­mem­ber the play­back po­si­tion for this track be­tween ses­sions, which is switched off by de­fault. You may want to amend the last two at­tributes for an au­dio­book, for ex­am­ple.

Un­der Sort­ing you can set the or­der things are listed in your li­brary. Artists are sorted by first name by de­fault, but you can as­sign sep­a­rate names for dis­play and or­der­ing.

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