Using the iTunes Plus tools: iTunes Droplet


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Using the iTunes Plus tools: iTunes Droplet

The Mastered for iTunes Droplet is a stand-alone drag and drop tool that's a quick and easy way to encode your masters to the AAC format that iTunes uses. You can find it in your Applications/Utilities folder after the iTunes Mastering Tools have been installed. But I have put it on the Desktop for easy access. All you have to do is drag and drop the source audio file or a folder containing source files onto the droplet. Most of the time these will be either AIFF or WAVE files. Utility will create a temporary core audio file in the same folder as your source file.

When the file is finally converted to AAC, the core audio temp file is automatically deleted. You won't see a Progress Bar while conversion is taking place, and it may take a few moments. The Droplet then gives you a prompt when the process is completed. The new file will have a M4A file extension, which means it's an AAC file. Keep in mind that regardless of the sample rate, the Droplet will automatically convert the file to...

Using the iTunes Plus tools: iTunes Droplet
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Using the iTunes Plus tools: iTunes Droplet provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mastering Techniques

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Audio + Music
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iTunes Pro Tools
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