Consolidating all music into itunes
You can temporarily play a content item with an assigned preset via one of the other equalizer settings in the i Pad, i Pod, or i Phone.
Start playing the item on your i Pad, i Pod, or i Phone, and while the item is playing, return to the main menu or Home screen.
The equalizer is set to Off until you select one of the presets.
To select an equalizer preset on an i Pad, i Pod touch, or i Phone, choose Settings Music from the Home screen. You can scroll the list of presets and touch a preset to select it.
The next time you play the item, i Tunes uses the equalizer preset that you assigned.
When you transfer content to your i Pad, i Pod, or i Phone, the standard i Tunes presets transfer with it; you can choose whether to use these assignments when playing the content on your i Pod or i Phone.
No matter what equalizer preset you choose on your i Pad, i Pod, or i Phone, any item that has an assigned preset uses the assigned preset.
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If, on the other hand, you don’t want the songs fixed to a certain preset, don’t assign presets to the songs in i Tunes.
You can then experiment with the presets in the i Pad, i Pod, or i Phone to get better playback in different listening environments.
You can use this feature to cut unwanted intros and outros of a song, such as announcers and audience applause, or to skip opening credits or commercials of movies.
You can also use it in conjunction with File Create format Version (where format is the encoding format, such as AAC or MP3) to split an item — or, in the parlance of record label executives and artists, split a track.
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