Music transferred fr iMac

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  1. gnurotic

    gnurotic iPF Noob

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    In iTunes I copied some playlists from my iMac to my iPad. This content originated on CDs I own legitimately and imported into iTunes on my iMac.

    When I open iTunes on my iPad this content is nowhere to be found. All I seem to get is the iTunes store.

    Is it possible that Apple designed the iPad so that it would only recognize music purchased at the iTunes store??

    That would be truly evil and beyond contempt. I understand the concern about piracy, but many of us have large investments in music purchased before the mp3-player even was invented. Are we supposed to go out and pay for this content a second time to be able to use it on our iPads??

    WTF is going on w/this??
     
  2. Tim SPRACKLEN

    Tim SPRACKLEN iPad Legend

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    Hold on.....

    Music transferred from your Mac ends up in the iPad's iPod app - not iTunes...

    There's no such evil intent on the part of Apple...

    Tim
     
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    Thanks. My bad.

    I see I'm pretty consistently making the mistake of assuming the iPad works like my Mac
     

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