- Double Click the file you have just downloaded with .zip extension.
- If you have Windows and do not already have a program on your computer for unzipping files, you can download 7-Zip here FREE: http://www.7-zip.org/. install the app, then right-click on the zip file.
- If you have an Apple computer, Apple used to include a program called StuffIt Expander to decompress zipped files, but doesn’t now that OS X lets you unzip files.
- Find the folder where the files were unzipped. It will typically be called the same thing as the .zip file (but without the .zip extension) and be located in the same location where the .zip file was downloaded
- Drag a file or folder from the Finder to the iTunes window.
- If you add a folder, all the files it contains are added to your library.
- In iTunes, choose File > Add to Library, locate a file or folder, and click Open.
*This information is directly from Apple Support documentation.
- Open iTunes.
- Choose File > Add Folder to Library. If you do not see the File, Edit, or View options, press Ctrl and B together on your keyboard.
- Locate the folder on your computer that contains the music you wish to import into iTunes. For many Windows 10, 8, and 7 users, this will be their Music folder located in their Libraries. There may be several other folders located here, so make sure to choose the correct folder.
- Once you select your folder you should now see your newly imported files in your iTunes library. You'll notice that these files are not in order - in fact they're not organized at all. Let's fix that...
- If you have songs in your iTunes library already, it may be difficult to locate this newly imported group of unlabeled tracks. Let's make things easy by clicking on Playlists and choosing the Recently Added playlist.
- The most recent additions to your library will be shown in this playlist. The easiest way to begin to organize these files is to add an Artist Name and Album Name to them so that iTunes can place them in your library appropriately. Start by clicking on the first file in the list. Hold Shift and click on the last file you wish to include in this album. This will select them all. Right Click on your selected songs and choose Get Info.
- In this window click on Info. Here you can edit the data for all of your selected tracks. For now let's just change the Artist and the Album fields so that you can locate your songs in iTunes easier.
- Once this is done and you've pressed OK, all of your songs will now be organized by artist and album title and will be much easier to find when viewing your library.
- Additionally, if you right click on a single song and choose Get Info you can enter what track number it should be on your album. Once you do that for all of the songs they will show up in order in your library.