Consoildating songs on itunes
To locate the i Tunes folder on Windows, go here: Should you elect to have your i Tunes Media folder organized, i Tunes will place song files into album and artist folders.
Individual files will adopt the file name format based on the disc number, track number and the song title.
When this file has been generated and is stored in your default Music folder, you should be able to just enable i Tunes importing (see [The Basics](https://kb.roonlabs.com/i Tunes#The_Basics) above).
Recent versions of i Tunes do not create the XML file by default, so you will need to ensure the file is generated by checking this screen and making sure the _Share i Tunes Library XML_ option is checked.
The only thing that should be different after the move is the location.After asking around and browsing the net, I found several ways to achieve this goal; from the easiest – almost automatic – way, to the script-compiling complicated way.In the end, I picked the easiest and most obvious way: the i Tunes way.But with one-terabyte external hard drives retailing for less than on Amazon, there are no excuses not to spring for external storage to move that humongous i Tunes library of yours on.
This post takes you step-by-step through the process of consolidating your i Tunes library and moving it to an external drive in a way that will preserve your playlists, ratings and other interactions, so you won’t miss a beat.
If you want to know more, or if you're having a problem setting up i Tunes sync in Roon, read on!