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Old 05-11-2017, 10:52 AM   #1
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synchronising media library between computers

I'm having some difficulty keeping on top of my music library at the moment.

The problem I have is I have a desktop and laptop that I want to keep updated with the music I buy (in cd form) unfortunately I am often working away so i usually rip them onto my laptop but when I get home I'd like to be able to synchronise the media library onto the desktop without having to manually rip the cd's again.

I also have the added complication that in the past I've used that POS iTunes to organise my music for a equally pos mp3 player (lock switch shorted out and started smouldering in the cup holder of my car, manufacturer didn't give a ****) so a lot of the files are duplicated and or named wrongly etc.

Is there a way i can achieve this?

Thanks!
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Old 05-12-2017, 07:14 PM   #2
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I have my library within my Google drive folder.
Keeps it backed up and syncs it between devices.
I also have uploaded all my music to Google play music so it's also backed up there and can be played anywhere.
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