How do you take something off a playlist on itunes?
Simply select that song and press the delete button on your keyboard.
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Getting rid of the limewire playlist . I had this same problem, and it's easy to fix. While in itunes, click edit, then scroll down to preferences, and click on that. Whe…n that box opens up, go to the section marked "sharing", and just unclick the little box that says "look for shared music." And this playlist will disappear. See, the playlist wasn't actually yours to begin with-your itunes had found it on someone else's network. I hope this fixes your problem!
You have to convert your songs from protected WMA format to unprotected MP3 first and then import them into your iTunes library.
If you mean by album, artist, genre etc...all you have to do is click on the top bar that says "Name,Artist, Album, Genre, Rating, Play Count, Last Played" Which ever one you …want them to be listed by just click on it and it should be blue.
Right click on them and select delete. However, this will only remove them from iTunes, not your computer.
1) If you are looking to change the ordering of the songs within a playlist: First you must be sure that shuffle is off. If the shuffle feature is on, you will not be able to …rearrange your tracks. Once shuffle is off, simply select the song you would like to move and drag it to the desired position. A black line will serve as the indicator for the new position of the song as you drag it up or down the list. 2) if you are looking to move the songs into a playlist: If the playlist does not exist, you will have to make one first. To move songs into a playlist, you may select the songs right-click and hover over add to playlist. You may then select the playlist you would like. Alternatively, you can drag the selected songs over the playlist on the list to the left. Hi, I am new to Wikianswers and I thought I would try and help people who are experiencing the same frustrations as I am with manipulating songs within an Itunes playlist. Previously, I have been able to move and rearrange songs freely within my playlist but after adding more songs to an existing playlist, found that I could no longer do this. I have tried all other suggestions on Google but have found that this has worked for me and may for you as well. My Solution: In Itunes I clicked on the sort arrow in the top left corner that contains the order number and this must have released the lock on the song order or something similar because now I can drag each song and position it wherever I want. When right clicking on the sort arrow, untick all the sort categories, then you are free to move your tunes as you want. On a PC. Answer Must be in Playlist and here's the easiest way: Click on Controls menu Click on Shuffle Click on Turn Off Shuffle Then click on the song you wish to move and drag to the position you want it. Done! If Shuffle doesn't work, try this solution: Ok, Turning the shuffle on/off did not work for me. The person who mentioned clicking on the sort arrow in the top left corner was on the right track but forgot to mention that it isn't in the menu. It is actually a little farther down the screen & it is the tiny little box with the up/down arrow that sits right above the track numbers in the playlist next to "Name", "Artist", Etc. Note: Sometimes the up/down arrow disappears so you may have to click on the box in order to see the arrow. You should then be able to move the tracks anywhere you want to. It'd be nice if Itunes would just tell us these things in the help section but I guess that would be way too easy.
No genius is used to take one song on your itunes then it takes songs similar to that and creates a playlist based on songs YOU have in YOUR library. BUT it can create suggest…ions for you to purchase off itunes.
Yes it is possable
LIMEWIRE IS ILLEAGLE and its a file sharing program..... it means they can conceal a virus in a file......... But as my friends have it ( much to my distaste) It …should automatically appear try getting a newer version or iTunes has blocked it ( YIPPEE )
Either Apple will allow this to happen or not yet
right click on the song in list pane,click remove from list
Having created a new Playlist in the left hand column you can click on a music title from your library listed in the main window on the right and drag it onto the new playlist….
Dre. Dre had settled a lawsuit concerning digital rights to his music with death row records. Idk why he didn't keep it on though.
1 Open iTunes. If you haven't downloaded it yet, you can do so on Apple's website for free. 2 Find the list of currently created playlists on the left side of your program.… They should be listed downwards in a gray shaded bar that runs top to bottom on the left side of the program window 3 Click on the "+" sign in the bottom left corner of the program. 4 Locate the "New Playlist" that has been created under the Playlist menu on the left side of the screen. 5 Double click over the "New Playlist" to rename it to whatever you like. You can also right click over it and select "Rename." 6 Return to the music library by selecting "Library" at the top of the left side bar. Organize the songs in your library by name, artist, length or any other way to want to find your songs for your playlist. You may also search for specific songs by typing in information into the search window at the top right of the window. 7 Select the song you want to add to the playlist and right-click over it. Scroll down to the option "Add to Playlist" and, from the side menu that pops out, select your newly created playlist. You could also hold down your mouse over the selected track and drag and drop it into the name of the playlist on the left side bar. 8 Select more than one song at a time by selecting the first song and then holding down the CTRL key while you select other songs. To add them to the playlist, you may follow the directions in the previous step, making sure you keep the CTRL button held down. The songs will be added to your playlist and you are good to go.
RDIO playlists cannot be transferred to iTunes. However, if youalready have and use iTunes, it is very easy to transfer iTunesplaylists to RDIO.
There are several ways to create a playlist of songs and music through iTunes. The easiest way is to have the library imported then select the tracks for a single playlist. …Sync the device with iTunes. From the device, like an iPod Touch, a playlist can be created using the On The Go feature.
According to the Apple website, in order to create a playlist in iTunes, one must view their library and click on "Playlists". Then, click the "Add" button, which should be a…t the bottom, and then select "New Playlist". Finally, drag the desired songs into the playlist.