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album, all the tracks by an artist, all the tracks in a genre, a playlist or all the tracks stored on your Digital Music Server. For more information on browsing the music library refer to Playing Music from the Library p.30.

When you have located the album, genre, artist, playlist or track you want to select:

  • Press the Set action key to store it as a preset.

  • Press the OK action key to continue.

Note: presets are not automatically updated when new music is recorded onto your Digital Music Server. For example if you have a preset which plays the Blues genre, when a new Blues album is added the preset will not contain those new tracks.

A name for your preset will be chosen automatically according to the music selection you have made. To change the name of your preset:

  • Display the Preset Information screen using the method described previously.

  • Press the or key if necessary to highlight the preset name and press the Edit action key to enter a new name.

  • Enter a name for the preset using the alphanumeric keys on your Digital Music Server remote control or using the grid.

For more information about entering names see the chapter called Entering and editing names, p.37.

  • Press the OK action key to confirm the name you

have entered.

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ALBUMS

Your Digital Music Server labels the albums, artists and tracks in your music library with names which identify the track you are listening to, and these help you locate items when you are browsing through the library.

If you have an Internet connection, your Digital Music Server reads the CD information automatically from the Gracenote CDDB Music Recognition Service. You can edit these names at any stage to suit your own preferences.

To edit album information

  • Display the Main Menu by pressing the key on your Digital Music Server remote control.

  • Press the or key to highlight the Library option and press the Select action key.

Either:

  • Press the or key to highlight the Edit albums option and press the Select action key.

  • Select the album you want to edit and press the

    • Select action key.

or:

  • Press the or key to highlight the Albums option and press the Select action key.

  • Select the album you want to edit and press the

    • Info action key.

The following menu allows you to choose information to edit:

  • Select the item you want to edit and press the

    • Edit action key.

  • See the following section called Entering and Editing Names to enter a new name.

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