I’ve always been a music collector, and now I’m a professional DJ.
I do radio shows, sporting events, parties, parades, and yes, weddings.
Once the import is complete, the tracks on the CD should now be files on your computer, usable both in i Tunes and Serato Software (given you have the Read i Tunes Library option checked in Serato software) If you already have audio files on your system, importing them into i Tunes is easy.
You can either drag them in your library from the operating system, or use the import files dialogue in i Tunes itself, which is in the file menu When using Serato DJ, third-party programs such as i Tunes are not the best and most reliable way to organize your Library.
After decades of digital music, it's not unlikely if you've amassed quite the collection of music on your computer's hard drive.
If your i Tunes library is taking up too much space, you can move it off of your local drive and onto an external hard drive without breaking your music collection.
Today I deleted my entire i Tunes library: music, playlists and all. The only real argument I’ve ever had with i Tunes is DRM.
i Tunes uses i Tunes library files and your i Tunes Media folder to organize and store your media.
As long as your computer is connected to the internet, this option will fill in the basic track information when you insert a CD to rip, which can save a lot of time typing names into i Tunes.
For more detailed information on encoding audio files, check out this article on encoding.
To find your folder: Mac: Make sure that you're in Finder.
From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen, choose On the Advanced tab of i Tunes Preferences, you can choose where you store and how you organize your i Tunes media files.