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    Not eligible for iCloud
    I have some mp3's for self hypnosis on my iMac and would like to have access to them on my iPad as well. I use iTunes matching for my music and iTunes says the mp3's are not eligible for iCloud so I can not listen to them on my iPad. Is the any way to get them on my iPad as well since I do not have the iMac in my bedroom?

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    Connect your ipad to the imac and drag them over?

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    I'm not aware of any MP3s that are restricted from iTunes Match, I have many on the service. Must be something else going on there, methinks.

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    This is what it shows in iTunes
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    dropbox, audiogalaxy, pogoplug. Aoifeee's suggestion is probably the least bit of hassle though. Why not just drag manually? Too spoiled now eh?

    doug

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    There could well be a time restriction on how long or big an uploaded file (ie one that iTunes can't automatically match) can be.

    Just to eliminate the possibility, however, try converting one of the files to AAC format and see if that makes a difference.

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    Why not just sync them to your iPad?
    I has a signijer.

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