Alternatives to iTunes

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Hi Everyone,

Are there any alternative music players for the Mac? I'm new to the mac world (I bought my first Mac this past Thursday - a 20" iMac) and am used to the functionality of WinAmp and MediaMonkey. As a player it's fine, but I don't like the way it re-arranges my music directory. I already have my tunes arranged by letter of the alphabet, artist and CD title. Is there a way to make iTunes *not* change the structure?

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Hi Everyone,

Are there any alternative music players for the Mac? I'm new to the mac world (I bought my first Mac this past Thursday - a 20" iMac) and am used to the functionality of WinAmp and MediaMonkey. As a player it's fine, but I don't like the way it re-arranges my music directory. I already have my tunes arranged by letter of the alphabet, artist and CD title. Is there a way to make iTunes *not* change the structure?

cheers
Yes. During set up, iTunes will ask you if you want it to organize your music or if you want to do it yourself...
if you clicked thru that already, it is in the preferences, too.
 
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Thanks voiceofra, I'll check that this evening.
 

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