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How to transfer mp3 files form pc to songcube

Somehow, 1 time I was able to transfer a song from my Itunes library to the songcube and I have not been able to do again since. I don't remember exactly the steps I took to do this and the instructional manual does not address this method. Would you please advise. Thanks, Dotty

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Songcube can only copy mp3 files from your itunes library. i tried several formats but only mp3 works. first you have to convert your itunes library files to mp3 format. To convert music files from one format (e.g. AAC) to another (e.g. MP3): 1. Open iTunes 2. Click on iTunes ? Preferences 3. Click on the Importing button at the top of the window 4. From the Import Using pop-up menu, click on the encoding format (MP3) to which you want to convert your music files 5. Click on OK to save the settings 6. Select one or more songs in your iTunes library to convert (Command-Click to select specific individual files or Shift-Click to select files in a row) 7. Click on Advanced ? Convert Selection to... (MP3 - the format you selected in preferences above is displayed) 8. A copy of the file (or files) will be created in the new format Now you can drag and drop the mp3 converted files to Jockey Digital Music Center(Songcube Software). Enjoy

Posted on Jul 28, 2007

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