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I have iMatch on my MBPro and it is enabled.

Should iMatch be on in my devices as well? Currently it is off, and if I switch it to on, I get a message that says "iMatch will replace all songs on this device with those in iCloud."

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I'm presuming you mean iTunes Match?

If so, the whole point of it is to act as the source of all you music. It has everything you have in your iTunes library. S you should activate it on your devices yes. If you're not going to do this there's little point in having it.

Once you've switched it on you'll be able to pull down any tracks you want to keep on the device and still have access to stream all your others on demand

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