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  1. cormiertyshawn895/Retroactive: Run Aperture, iPhoto, and iTunes on macOS Big Sur and macOS Catalina. Xcode 11.7 on macOS Mojave. Final Cut Pro 7, Logic Pro 9, and iWork ’09 on macOS Mojave or macOS High Sierra.

    “Run Aperture, iPhoto, and iTunes on macOS Big Sur and macOS Catalina. Xcode 11.7 on macOS Mojave. Final Cut Pro 7, Logic Pro 9, and iWork ’09 on macOS Mojave or macOS High Sierra.”

  2. Play Button iTunes Patch | The Bit Guru

    This was incredibly useful - stop iTunes opening whenever you press Play on the Apple remote. Why would it do that?! Except this patch no longer works on El Capitan.


    Very good. And even only recognising a handful of the comic artists copied, it’s great just as an example of how many different ways you can draw a black-and-white comic. (via @yoz)

  4. How to upgrade tracks to iTunes Match, fast | Macworld

    Handy description of how to work out which of your iTunes Matched tracks can be downloaded at higher quality from the moon. I mean cloud.

  5. Turnover

    The third manual tool for tapping out BPM data with iTunes I’ve used over the years, and by far the best.

  6. Cadence App | Your Music. Your Motion. | Cadence BPM Tapper

    Blacktree’s old iTunes-BPM doesn’t work on Lion, but this free app is a decent replacement. Tap in time to a song, click a button to update the tune’s BPM setting in iTunes.

  7. LR-iTunes – Lightroom to iTunes plug-in - John Beardsworth

    A handy, free Adobe Lightroom plugin that makes it simple to export albums of photos to a folder that iTunes can then sync with your iPhone/iPad.

  8. Evom - Convert and Download Videos to iTunes

    “Download internet videos (YouTube and more) to iTunes and iPod.” Handy. (via Ben Hammersley and more)

  9. BeaTunes ~ build better playlists

    Interesting metadata editor/finder for music in your iTunes library. Can also do some kind of Genius-like playlist creation.

  10. Cadence | your music. your motion.

    Mainly for Cadence Desktop, which claims to apply BPM values to your iTunes songs. I’ve heard that before, but you never know. (via Lee)

  11. Bandwagon update - Bandwagon Forum

    I thought I’d check out how that iTunes music online backup software was doing and found this exercise in failing to manage users’ expectations. 14 months of “it’ll be ready soon…” Ouch.

  12. Journal of ziggy (25)

    Using perl to extract ID3 data from the iTunes Music Library XML file and then update the relevant MP3s with the correct data.

  13. iLAS

    Almost identical to iTunes-LAME, except it works. And with a newer version of LAME. What I’m now using.

  14. StuMoD - freight train of wit and cleverosity

    NMP3 Ripper is another alternative for encoding MP3s using LAME, but I haven’t tried it.

  15. Max from

    Blacktree’s iTunes-LAME script for encoding MP3s with LAME malfunctions with recent versions of iTunes. Max is an alternative, but seems a bit overkill just for this job.

  16. Doug’s AppleScripts for iTunes - Proper English Title Capitalization

    Fantastic. A script for anyone who, like me, gets annoyed by the American Tendency To Capitalise Every Word In A Track’s Title And Album Name.

  17. Potion Factory Blog » Blog Archive » Introducing Tangerine

    Interesting Mac app for creating iTunes playlists organised by BPM. It’s BPM-working-out algorithm needs some tweaking though, as it’s more miss than hit for me (eg, it thinks a few slow acoustic guitar tracks are 180 BPM). (via Plasticbag)

  18. NSLog(@”Erik J. Barzeski”); - iTunes Artwork in ID3

    AppleScript to move the artwork iTunes can fetch for you into the MP3 file itself. (via Daring Fireball)

  19. Blacktree - Forums - View topic - Doesn’t work under 10.4

    Yay, new version of iTunes-BPM which works under Tiger (helps you set the BPM of tracks by clicking in time).

  20. Panic - Extras - The True Story of Audion

    Cabel Sasser on the story of developing Audion and the emergence of iTunes. A long but great read.

  21. Collage - An iTunes Visual Plugin

    Displays images off of the Internet depending on the currently playing tune. Best when the images are apparently unrelated, like a no-budget interpretive video.

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