Itunes explicit and clean remove?

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  1. Tokenfreak

    Tokenfreak Member

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    Are there anyway to remove the words explicit and clean next to some song titles?
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    iStealth New Member

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    PC user?: Right click them in your library in itunes? Never tried just a guess?
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    Complexis Retired Moderator

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    If you bought them from iTunes, which most likely you did, there isn't really any way to remove them. Unless of course there is something in metadata that you can change by right clicking.
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    Yes, I bought them from itunes so it is impossible to remove the....and yes Itry the right click thingy it didn't work.
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    You cant remove it from song you have bought from iTunes. However if you get the song by other means, that label won't show up.
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    cowboyshootist New Member

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    I like it. Helps me find all the nasty songs...LOL

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    rokrboy Retired Moderator

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    no there is a way to do that but I can't remember how to change the clean and explicit tags. Try googling that.
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    If you're with Windows you can remove the “explicit content” mark from the files permanently with TagTuner tag editing software. As I know it works for any Apple's audio and video file.

    Mac users may use a VirtualBox-ed Windows copy to perform this modification.

    PS. iTunes library refreshment may be required. TagTuner takes care of your files physically while iTunes keeps cached tags in its library database file. Google it to update iTunes lib or simply re-import these files.

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