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Never having owned an Apple product before (always a PC user, & don't care for those little handheld i-gizmos that everyone's walking around with nowadays)..I bought a used iPod Touch to use as an MP3 player to play backing tracks at gigs. To my shock, I found that you can't just copy and paste music from PC to iPod: No, you need to shoot a fly with an elephant gun, & manage everything via iTunes, which I've never needed or used. I think Apple configured this so that you buy music apps through their online store, so they get even richer than they are now. NOT! After hunting everywhere for a simpler solution, I finally happened across Copytrans Manager. First, there's a utility to download some iTunes drivers that it needs (not iTunes itself, just the drivers), which takes 1 minute, and then it only took me a few minutes to understand/master the Copytrans interface. Very intuitive. 3 steps: (1) Click "Add", (2) Select the music from your hard drive, (3) click "update". BANG! The songs are on your iPod! Only 1 labor-intensive part: I need my tunes grouped into sets (for the gigs), so I had to go in and update the "album" field on each track with that song's set number, so after loading all the tunes, all I do is click on "albums", & all my sets pop up in numerical order! Click on a set & there are the tunes. Very cool. This program is easy to understand & use, runs fast, keeps things "synced" like iTunes does, & it's FREE!! Thank you, Copytrans! You had the silver bullet!
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