1. swandy's Avatar
    My iTunes Library is over 60,000 tracks. Some purchased from iTunes, some from other sources, some from old CDs that are long out of print.
    I see that Apple Music/iCloud Music Library still have that 25,000 limit that iTunes Match had.
    (1) What is the easiest way around this? I assume setting up a separate smaller iTunes Library?
    (2) If I do set up a second, smaller library, I assume that any songs that I add from Apple Music will only be available when I start that second library from iTunes?
    Thanks, Steve
    07-02-2015 12:53 PM
  2. kch50428's Avatar
    iOS9 will introduce a 100,000 item limit for music libraries for the new Music's Match features.
    07-02-2015 01:10 PM
  3. crankerchick's Avatar
    Music purchased through iTunes doesn't count towards the limit. I can't remember if matched music counts towards the limit. Matched music would be music you didn't buy on iTunes but iTunes recognizes it as already existing in their catalog. Uploaded music (ie not matched because it isn't part of Apple's existing catalog) definitely counts towards the limit.


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    07-02-2015 08:37 PM

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