I recently purchased a Synology NAS and I'm hoping to move my music files onto the NAS and access them from there. Synology provides some nice applications, such as Audio Station, which I plan to use for accessing my music, but I'm not entirely sure how I can/should integrate iTunes into the pipeline. I generally don't use iTunes to play my music, but I do use it as my primary method of purchasing music and have built a decent library over the years. I'm also an iTunes Match Subscriber, which is a fairly nice feature but I'm not sure if I'm going to keep it. Previous to purchasing my Synology, I was using a Seagate BlackArmor 110 to store all of my music. I went through the process of moving my music to the BlackArmor, setting the iTunes Library Path to the BlackArmor and then adding the Music Folder from the Black Armor into iTunes (to bring in all of my music). It worked decently but the issue was that the machine I was using to access iTunes on was my laptop and I was constantly moving it off the network (taking it to work) and back on, and it would lose the mapping. This might just be an issue with my approach to networking (perhaps I shouldn't have been doing this?) but it sort of brings me to my concerns and questions regarding another NAS setup with iTunes. So, if I move all my music to the NAS and then set the Library Path to the NAS as well...what should be my expectations when using iTunes from that point forward? When I purchase new music will it automatically be downloaded to the iTunes library on the NAS? Should I be using a dedicated machine on my home network to run iTunes and manage my music? Any suggestions or tips that would help provide me with a better understanding of how I can leverage iTunes with my NAS would be greatly appreciated. I suspect that my lack of a dedicated machine is an issue with my implementation and usage of iTunes, but i'm not positive. My goal here is to make it so any music I purchase automatically shows up on the NAS so I can access it through Audio Station wherever I go (my wife too, who currently uses a Galaxy S4).