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Quick question. I'm realizing more and more that my digital music collection is a complete mess. The majority of it are tracks I ripped myself, many in a lower bitrate than I'd want now and I'm too lazy to rerip every cd I own again. Some of them came from my college days and frankly may be questionable as I did have a stint using one of those weird russian sites. Some of them come from amazon mp3 purchases. I'm finding more and more mislabelled stuff or albums with such bad compression they sound terrible.
Obviously iTunes match seems like a good solution to get this all cleaned up but I had a few questions...
First, is there a way to use iTunes to get tracks onto my Android phone and will my phone even place whatever format Apple converts them to. I know I can't stream to the phone, just wanting to manage it's music from there.
Second, can I go to my desktop, run Match to put stuff into the magic Apple cloud and then do it again from my laptop to find any tracks that are only on that computer?
Finally, can I then install iTunes on all 4 of our pc's, have them all share that common library and synch any of our iPods to any PC in the house with no issues?