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Which type of IPod are you using?

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#21 AishaB

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    Posted 28 February 2010 - 06:45 PM

    I am definitely doing an ipod reception. I used my ipod for a dinner I held and it was wonderful. I have a nano and it worked fine. I think the most important factors in using your ipod are your playlists and the sound system that you are using. Also make sure that you have someone to operate, i.e., make sure everything is working fine. Good luck!
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    #22 shan0487

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    Posted 19 January 2011 - 10:45 AM

    I have a nano, but will probably bring another ipod or laptop or cds as back up!

    #23 kerrib

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      Posted 24 May 2011 - 06:22 PM

      Is there a sound quality difference between the iPhone, nano, touch? Which one has the shortest gap between songs?



      #24 JayKay

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      Posted 26 May 2011 - 02:42 PM

      You can change the gap between the song on the ipod. As to sound difference I don't know.

      Originally Posted by kerrib 

      Is there a sound quality difference between the iPhone, nano, touch? Which one has the shortest gap between songs?




      #25 june11bride

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        Posted 26 May 2011 - 03:04 PM

        Does anyone know how to change the gap between songs on an iPod touch?

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        #26 ScorpioBride

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          Posted 27 May 2011 - 01:43 AM

          I posted this in another thread but just wanted to let you ladies know that one way to get a seamless crossfade from one song into another with no awkward gaps is to download a program like Audacity (free) or Soundtrack Pro (not free, but what I own) and place the songs in a timeline in the order you want them. You can then adjust them to what you want, and export as a new audio track. What I have done is combine groups of three to four songs together so that they are in 'chunks', and I rename them something obvious like "first dance and next three songs" "songs for parents tribute" or "uptempo dance". Nice thing about iPods is it will store all your metadata you enter so even if you don't use the names of the songs in the song title you can write in in the Info tab in case you forget the song names.

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