No, you do not. I believe you do need to have iTunes to put music on an iPod, but you can download the actual music off the internet or Limewire, etc, put it in iTunes, and then load it onto the iPod from there.
To put music on you iPod without iTunes is impossible. iTunes and iPod don't they sound a lot alike. So to put music on your iPod is impossible without iTunes.
No, you do not need a CD to put music on your iPod Touch. The individual song just has to be in your iTunes Music library.
In order to put music onto an old iPod Shuffle, you need to put it on through iTunes. Your iTunes must mesh with the iPod app.
Yes, an iPod requires iTunes. You need iTunes to put new music, games, etc on your iPod. No other program will work with your iPod.
you need to download this program to convert it to your iPod
In order to put music on an iPod, first put the music into your computer's iTunes (download this if necessary). Once the music is in the iTunes, syncing the iPod should put the music in.
you need the latest version of itunes
no, 1.Itunes is free 2.you can put music on your computer to Itunes then ipod.
You can get music from iTunes.
you put itunes on your computer or laptop, not the ipod itself. Then use itunes to download the music to your ipod. If you go on the apple website it has quite simple instructions on how to download itunes and music.
Put the music into Itunes and then sync them to your iPod
What You Need:iTunesa cord to connect your iPod to your computermusicStart:open iTunesput your music into your library If you buy it off of iTunes, it should automatically show up in your iTunes libraryIf you have it in mp3 format, drag the files into the iTunes libraryIf you have it on a CD, insert the CD into the disk drive; and import the songs into iTunesplug in your iPod using the cordclick 'synchronize'.eject your iPodHi, thanks for that-but how will you add music if you have music in your Limewire libary and you have to do something to itunes to add and put the songs inyour ipod-ITS SOOO HARD!
You have to download software off the internet called Itunes. You can then import the music to itunes, and then from itunes, you can put it in the ipod.
You can put music onto your ipod shuffle by downloading music onto your computer then uploading it to itunes which can then transfer the music to your ipod.
download itunes, put music onto itunes then drag and drop (while still in Itunes) from "Music" to "what ever your Ipod is called"
If you connect the iPod to iTunes, go to the iPod's music library, and then just drag the songs from the iPod to the iTunes music library.
Music is put on the iPod by iTunes. Downloaded music must first be added to the iTunes Libray by iTunes [File > Add to Library], then iTunes will put it onto the iPod. If necessary, music must converted into a format that is usable by iTunes. This depends on your set up. iTunes will try to convert files as it adds them to the library.
You use itunes to down load music to an ipod shuffle
As far as I know, you do have to use iTunes.
You sync your music to the iPod with the iTunes software (See links below). If you have an iPod Touch you can use the iTunes app on the iPod to purchase music directly onto the iPod.
If iTunes doesnt show the iPod there isn't a lot that you can do with putting music on it. The only way to put music on it and listen to it is that you use iTunes.
Load the music files into iTunes, and select "Synchronize".
no, it's like putting music from itunes on a ipod :)
Yes, legally speaking, you need iTunes to add songs into your iPod. iTunes is a free download. You might have the setup CD with you when you bought your iPod. Else, just goto www.apple.com, and download iTunes from there. No, you need not purchase songs from iTunes. You can also just drag and drop your existing songs into your iTunes.