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Many iTunes for Windows users had the same problem with the recent upgrade, myself included. To fix the problem (it worked for me), download and install the iTunes 12.1 for Windows that is supposed to be for older video cards. But don't let that last part fool you. I have a card less than 12 months old and this solution worked wonderfully. Here is the link ...


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It will only erase the media items synched with the previous library. I just tested this on iOS 8—it absolutely does not affect anything else (settings, etc.) on the phone. It took two seconds and my iPhone 6 didn't even flash its screen.


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Apple doesn't back up music files as part of iOS backups since they either came from iTunes Match / iTunes in the Cloud or they came from a computer. You should try a tool like PhoneView to see if the files are still on the storage and just the catalog has become missing or corrupt. You could reconnect it to the computer that has the music. You could ...


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The article your linked is pretty clear: as long as you don't SELL the loops or tracks as loops or tracks, you can use them as you wish. Same would apply to the Jam Packs.


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Apple have released an update to iTunes that finally fixes this problem. iTunes 12.1.1 should solve any issues you're having (it did for me).


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As you might have feared based upon the countless other disappointing Apple-related answers, the answer to your question is "You can't". You cannot play a file in iTunes without adding it to your library as well. Moreover, a converted version of your file is generated and copied into your iTunes library folder. Seeing as how you have Alfred working for you, ...


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If you go to View Options and selected Kind, you'll be able to see which of the tracks isn't an MP3. You can then convert it/them to MP3 and replace the originals in your playlist with the new ones.



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