People frequently stash things there, often in a disorganized fashion, and then quickly forget about them.
Unlike an attic, which has become a de facto graveyard for many CD collections, the cloud is a useful tool for music fans.
Before you begin deleting the duplicates from the list, see if the same song may be from different albums.
You wouldn’t want to delete a blistering song off of a live album, for example, and keep only the studio version.
If your music collection has spiraled out of control across the cloud, then it’s time to consolidate it.
We will show you how to take music across three of the more popular cloud music services — Amazon Music, Google Play Music, and Xbox Music — and consolidate them into the most popular music manager, i Tunes.
To avoid such an occurrence, click the Same Album button centered at the top of the list.
Now the list will show you duplicates that are only on the same album.
With these two settings enabled, any music you purchase from Amazon gets added to your i Tunes library as soon as it lands in your Amazon Music library.Thankfully, i Tunes makes this seemingly tedious chore a simple one.In i Tunes, make sure the Menu bar is showing (click the dropdown box in the upper-left corner for that option), and go to View Show Duplicate Items.You can also right-click on any track and choose Download from the contextual menu.Additionally, there is a Download button in the upper-right corner when viewing an album in Amazon Music.