Joining tracks


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Joining tracks

Occasionally, you'll come across an album of music in which the artist creates a seamless transition between individual tracks on the CD. Some examples that come to mind are the second half of Abbey Road by the Beatles, in which one song flows directly into the next, or on their Sgt. Sergeant Pepper album where "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" transitions directly into the song "With a little help from my friends." Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon and Green Day's American Idiot albums are also examples of albums containing songs that flow from one to another. In any case there used to be an issue with earlier versions of iTunes and older models of iPods, that there would be a small gap of silence between tracks, so even if the artist intended for the tracks to go from one to the next with no break in between, the limited technology would still introduce one.

Now that hasn't been a problem for a while since a feature called gapless playba...

Joining tracks
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Joining tracks provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iTunes 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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