*If you already have iTunes, skip to Step 2

 
 

Whether you’ve never played music on your computer or you’ve been using digital music players for years, you’ll find that iTunes makes it fun and easy to organize and play music on your computer. iTunes is the preferred player for The Shmuz Podcast.

   
 

Instructions once you have installed and opened the iTunes Application:

 
 
 
 

1. Click on the Podcast Icon on the left menu bar.

2. Click “Advanced” on the top bar.

3. Drag your cursor down to “Subscribe to Podcast…” and click this option.

   
 
 
 

4. In the Subscribe Form Box type the following URL:

http://www.theshmuz.com/podcast/shmuzin.xml   

and Click “OK”

   
 
 

1. You will be prompted for a user name and password

  Your User name is: shmuzcast
  Your Password is: podcast2009
   
 
 
1. After Logging-in, The Shmuz Podcast will begin to load the title directory tree.

2. Click on the arrow next to "The Shmuz" to view all of this titles.

3. Click "GET" to download any of this files.
 
Importing Music to Your iPod
iTunes and iPod were made for each other, so moving your music to your iPod is as easy as “plug and play.” When you connect your iPod to your computer, the iPod automatically checks to make sure that the music in your iTunes library is also on your iPod. So, if you’ve added new music, iTunes makes sure your iPod is up-to-date.

You can include the music in your iTunes music library on more than one iPod, so if you and a family member, for example, enjoy the same music, you can each link your iPod to the same iTunes library. You can’t, however, link an iPod to more than one library, which means you can’t add songs from someone else’s collection to your iPod

Burning Your Music to a CD
It’s a lot of fun to create your own custom music CDs to play in your car or home stereo. All you need is iTunes and a computer with a CD burner. Just make a playlist containing only the songs you want to copy to the CD, arrange them however you want, insert a blank CD into your computer, and then click the Burn button. It’s that easy.

You can also use your CD burner to back up your music. It’s especially important to back up the music you purchase from the iTunes Music Store, just in case a file is accidentally deleted or damaged.
   
 
 
 
   
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