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garageband automator question

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dj selah

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hoping smady could help me w/ this question.
I been recording my vinyl onto garageband w/ great success, however the process is a bit repetitive. First I record bout 1-2 hrs of music on one track, then go back and track them out in separate tracks.
The next part is selecting individual tracks and sending to itunes. It would be nice if I could automate this part. It would simply require selecting the next track and then sending it to itunes.
Seems simple, is it possible?
thanks in advance
-dj selah
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