Music sequence

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by rourke, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. rourke macrumors newbie

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    #1
    HEY EVERYONE
    SO I'M HAVING A SMALL PROBLEM>.

    I JUST FINISHED A RECORD.
    all files are .wav
    i have converted them to .MP3 etc..
    but i want to share my record with people through sendspace/mediafire
    what not..

    so i create a new folder on the Desktop ( macbookpro) MAC OS X version 10.5.8

    All the songs are in the proper Record Sequence while in a playlist in Itunes but when i highlight them and drag them into the new folder that i will be compressing to .Zip so i can upload.

    all the songs get rearranged into a random order by my computer
    i cant move them around. or even get them into the proper sequence.

    does anyone know how i can arrange them into the proper sequence so i can then upload as a .zip file to sendspace
    so people can download the record in its proper order?


    if anyone can help
    that would be great!
    much appreciated

    ROURKE
     
  2. simsaladimbamba

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    If you are in List View (CMD+2) in Finder, the files get sorted by whichever column you selected to sort by.
    Thus if the iTunes playlist contains of songs starting with various letters, but you sort them manually, in Finder they get sorted by Name or Size or Kind or Date or whatever column you selected.
    To have the music play in sequence, you could add track numbers to the actual file names in that folder, thus the recipients know what file comes before what.

    Was that understandable?
     

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