I exactly do the same thing,,,artwrorks are pretty cool and so fun to see em while playing your music i have an artwork for every song in my list and video!!!studogvetmed said:I give iTunes one chance, and if it doesn't get it, I go see if the songs are in iTunes, if it is, I may tweak tags a bit and try one more time. If it doesn't, I head on off to buy.com, if I find the album, I get he nice large image provided, if they don't have it, I'm off to Google images and find a 300X300 minimum image to add to the files.
I'm pretty mainstream, so the majority of what I want get's downloaded from automatic album art download in iTunes.
I found a nice pic of a vinyl record to add to songs that don't belong to an album etc.jhollington said:Almost all of the music I get these days is from iTunes, so of course it comes with the album art. As I've said elsewhere, one of the trade-off "convenience factors" with buying the music from the iTunes Store.
I've pretty much given up on having a complete set of album artwork, however, since I still have a lot of random "single" tracks lying around that aren't even really associated with any albums, or are not mainstream enough to easily find the album art. I tend to only worry about album artwork for those tracks where I actually have the full album.
Want to share the pic? I've been thinking of hunting something like that, but have too much of a life to do itpaulmarshall said:I found a nice pic of a vinyl record to add to songs that don't belong to an album etc.
I need a life.