Information about the items in your library, such as artist and other song information, is stored in the item's Info window (select an item and choose File > Get Info). You can use this information to sort the items in your library or create playlists. You can even change the information to suit your needs.
For example, you might want to:[list:e83073e9f2][:e83073e9f2]Group individual movements on a classical CD into one work by indicating the movement (for example, “Piano concerto in A Minor, Op. 54”) in the Grouping field.
[:e83073e9f2]Group songs that are part of a compilation together in your library by selecting the “Part of a compilation” checkbox. Then choose iTunes > Preferences, click General, and then select “Group compilations when browsing.”
[:e83073e9f2]Identify the individual artists on a tribute album in the Artist field, and then type “various” in the Album Artist field.
[:e83073e9f2][b:e83073e9f2]Create your own genre category by choosing Custom from the Genre pop-up menu.[/b:e83073e9f2]
[:e83073e9f2]Change the order in which tracks on a CD play by changing the numbers in the Track Number fields.
[:e83073e9f2]Create a Smart Playlist that includes only songs that are just the right speed for your workout by adding the number of beats per minute to the BPM field.[/list:u:e83073e9f2]