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CHAPTER 7: Playing Music
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The Genres tab arranges your music into music types. This can be an easier way to find your music and to have more of a themed listening experience. At times, you may want to hear a rock or jazz mix; you could select those particular genres and start playing some or all the songs.
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In this image, we touched Rock, and the iPad popped up a little window showing us how many albums and songs we have in that particular genre.
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CHAPTER 7: Playing Music
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As with the other views, touching the Composers tab at the bottom lists your music in a specific way. Sometimes you forget the title of the song but you know the composer. Browsing the Composers on your iPad can help you find just what you are looking for. Similar to other views, the Composer view tells you how many albums and songs are by each composer.
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When you re in Albums view, just touch an album cover and the cover will flip, showing you the songs on that album (see Figure 7 3). TIP: When you start playing an album, the album cover may expand to fill the screen. Tap the screen once to bring up (or hide) the controls at the top and bottom. You can use these controls to manage the song and screen as we describe below.
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To see the songs on an album that is playing, tap the List button and the album cover and the cover will turn over, revealing all the songs on that album. The song that is playing will have a small blue arrow next to it.
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CHAPTER 7: Playing Music
Figure 7 3. Touch the album cover to see the songs on it.
Tap the title bar above the list of songs and the album cover will return to its place in your music library. NOTE: This only works when you are in Album view. If you touch an album cover in Artists view, the song associated with that album cover will start to play.
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Playing Your Music
Now that you know how to find your music, it is time to play it! Find a song or browse to a playlist using any of the methods listed above. Simply tap the song name and it will begin to play. This screen shows a picture of the album from which the song originates, and the name of the song at the top. Along the top of the screen you ll find the Volume slider bar, and the Previous Song, Play/Pause, and Next Song buttons. If you want to see other songs on the album, just double-tap the album cover and the screen will flip to show the other songs on that album. To just view a list of songs in the album, touch the List button in the lower right hand corner.
Pausing and Playing
Tap the pause symbol (if your song is playing) or the play arrow (if the music is paused) to play or resume your song.
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To Play the Previous or Next Song
If you are in a playlist, touching the Next arrow (to the right of the Play/Pause button) will advance you to the next song in the list. If you are searching through your music by album, touching Next will advance to the next song on the album. Touching the Previous button will do the reverse. NOTE: If you re at the beginning of a song, Previous will take you to the previous song. If the son is already playing, Previous will go to the beginning of the current song (and a second tap would go to the previous song).
Adjusting the Volume
There are two ways to adjust the volume on your iPad: using the external Volume buttons or using the Volume Slider control on the screen. The external Volume buttons are on the upper right side of the device. Press the Volume Up key (the top button) or the Volume Down key to raise or lower the volume. You ll see the Volume Slider control move as you adjust the volume. You can also just touch and hold the Volume Slider key and adjust the volume up or down. TIP: To quickly mute the sound, press and hold the Volume Down key for about 2 seconds.
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