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      Nathan Parker
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      Apple Support recently sent me a series of articles on working with music and movies on Apple products that I thought I’d share with the AskWoody community:

      Apple’s music landing page on Apple.com that outlines Apple’s various music-related products and services is available at: https://www.apple.com/music/

      The best way to manage music on the Mac or purchase music is through iTunes (which also runs on Windows). More information about iTunes is available at:

      https://www.apple.com/itunes/

      Apple also offers Apple Music, Apple’s streaming music service (similar to Spotify). A free tier is not available, but a free trial is available, as well as individual, student, and family plans. Verizon customers with Beyond Unlimited or higher plans also qualify for Apple Music included with their plans (I have access to it through Verizon):

      https://www.apple.com/apple-music/

      To create music or audio files on a Mac, GarageBand is included with every Mac and is an excellent tool to use (professionals may be interested in Logic Pro X). Here is the product manual for GarageBand:

      https://help.apple.com/garageband/mac/10.1/

      The new Apple TV app for iOS and Apple TV (coming to the Mac this fall) allows for renting or purchasing movies and TV shows:

      https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201611

      Nathan Parker

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