How to place one track under two artists in iTunes lib?

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  1. rzepaq

    rzepaq New Member

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    Hi!

    I'm wondering how to force the iTunes (and the iPod too) to place one song under two different artists in the Artists category? Example:
    I have Kanye's song named 'Never Let Me Down' with Jay-Z's featuring. After entering Artists in iPod i want to see separetly:

    Jay-Z -(tap)-> Never Let Me Down
    (...)
    Kanye West -(tap)-> Never Let Me Down

    Is it posible?
  2. snpri3

    snpri3 New Member

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    just rename the song or the artist.
  3. rzepaq

    rzepaq New Member

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    But after renaming I'll still have it only in one artist.
  4. Tigerclaw

    Tigerclaw New Member

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    You could maybe "copy" the track, and change the artist info?
  5. iTouch_Walid

    iTouch_Walid New Member

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    right click, go to Get info...then edit from there
  6. awal

    awal Well-Known Member

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    Duplicate the song in your Library and on your Touch and change the artist on both.
  7. rzepaq

    rzepaq New Member

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    Heh, but it's like going to Canada via Mexico

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    I tought that some tricks with sorting options are possible..
  8. Paintball

    Paintball New Member

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    No, the only way you are gonna be able to do this is right click -> click "convert to AAC" and then rename the one it makes.

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