How to Remix Songs on Windows Media Player


It's easy to remix songs in your Windows Media Player library. They can be sorted by the recording artist or other criteria. Songs can also be removed or moved within the same playlist or over to another one. Alternately, the Random Shuffle feature in Windows Media Player provides a quick solution to quench an immediate urge to change the melodic merge. Regardless of which method you choose, remix often to keep the harmonious element of surprise in tune, on time and right on key.

Manually Remix Order of Songs

  • Open Windows Media Player and select "Music" and then double-click "Playlists."

  • Right-click on the desired playlist and then select "Edit in List Pane."

  • Right-click on a song in order to modify its placement from within a playlist. Next, select either, "Remove from list" or "Move Down." (Note: You can also elect to add a song to an existing playlist or create a new one by selecting "Add to" and then "Additional Playlists.")

Shuffle Songs in Random Order

  • Follow Steps 1 and 2 as shown in the first Section above, "Manually Remix Order of Songs."

  • Click on the arrow beside the title of the playlist and then select "Shuffle List Now." Alternately, follow Step 3.

  • Click the "Random Shuffle" button located at the bottom of screen to mix songs in random order each time they are played.

  • Select "Sort" to play the list in order by "Title, Album Artist, Album, Release Date, Rating, or File Name."

Tips & Warnings

  • Keep a stash of fresh songs ready to remix. Select option "Add media files to library when played." (The exact verbiage may vary by software version.) To do this, click on the Library button on the toolbar. Next, select "Options" and then choose the Player tab. Check the box next to the option to add media. When finished, press "Apply" and then "OK" to exit.


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