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Is there a way to filter/bleep swear words in itunes.

I would like to filter out swear words so I can play otherwise good songs at my work without offending the guests.

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No.

iTunes just plays the mp3 you ask it to play. So you would have to edit it yourself first.

Kees

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Note that tracks from iTunes

that contains offensive lyrics, are usually sold in two different versions.

Explicit, where the offensive words are left in place and a version where the words are either changed or muted.
This is not done by Apple but by the distributing company.

P

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