Continuing the OP. Obviously the mess of albums relates badly in my ipod as the nice coverflow feature is just a one big mess with dozens of duplicate albums each with 1-2 songs in them.
Is there no way to shut this automatic **** down and organize everything manually? I checked out the resource management of the iPod itself, and I noticed someone had the very fine idea of ******* all that up too so that there is no logical folder structure and the songs are all scattered around with their names changed...
I'm so completely frustrated with this piece of program. It's most likely because I just don't know how to use it properly, but it ain't making it easy for me anyways.
I bought my first ipod a few days back. This entire iTunes mess came as a surprise to me.
So what I've done is I've imported a buttload of albums to the music library, and for some very nice reason iTunes has decided to break solid albums in to 2-5 different duplicate albums, with different songs in them. So if I have 12 tracks, at worst I have 6 albums with the same name with 2 tracks in each.
What's even better is that I seem to be unable to freely move these tracks between albums. I seem also unable to create albums freely, put what ever songs I want in them and then smack a picture of what ever on it.
With normal, less fancy mp3 players I could just use normal resource management, create folders, name em, put what ever in them and smack a picture if I so wished. So why does not this piece of very expensive fancy tech let me do anything like that, but instead insists on trying to do everything automaticly and ******* it all up?