3886 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Mar 18, 2006 10:13 AM by PWehr
Under your preferences go to playback and either
deselect crossfade playback or increase the seconds
and it will put your gap in place.
Thanks Heaterlee for the reply. Deselecting crossfade playback helps but apparently there were virtually no gaps to start with so I still have one song right after another. I was hoping iTunes could create a timed space in between songs in the library. Seems like a very reasonable and simple thing for a program as sophisticated as this to be able to do, no?
iMac G5 Mac OS X (10.4.4)
I too was disappointed using the "newer" iTunes when it would run together the end of one and the beginning of another. This is not what the artists intended. Otherwise they would have done so.
I'm happy to find the crossfade setting to eliminate tunes running together. Still it would be appropriate to allow the timed gap between tunes as is included on LPs, CDs, the time to change a 45, or turn over a 78.
The only solution I can think of would be to extract each tune to an audio editing program, put in a synthetic 2-4 seconds and re-import it back into iTunes. Not a satisfactory solution at all.
It would be much better to control that in iTunes. Frankly, I'm a little disappointed that control is not there.
G4 dual 1GB, iBook 800, StarMax 5250, PB 1400,... Mac OS X (10.3.9)