How Do You Make a Music Mix on Windows Media Player?

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After opening Windows Media Player, create a music mix by starting a new playlist and moving music files into the playlist from desired folders. Discover how to drag music files into a playlist with help from a Web designer in this free video on computer help and tech support.

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Hi, I'm Noah, and I'm going to show you how to make a music mix on Windows Media Player. If you're having a party at your home, for example, and you'd like to prepare some music in advance so you don't have to spend the whole evening trying to find that song you want to play this is how to do it. First, we'll need to open Windows Media Player. Once it's open, we can create a new playlist by going to the Library tab of the player. Then, finding the My Playlists icon, and right clicking on it and selecting New. Now, on the right you will notice there will be a new playlist panel. Then, you can simply select the all music folder to have a complete view of all your music. Now, if you haven't added the files which you want to be in your playlist yet you'll need to go to File in the top left-hand corner. Then, to Add to Library, and Add Folder or Add File to add your songs to the Windows Media library. Once they're added to the library you should be able to locate them in the All Music folder. Once you have, you can simply drag whatever files you'd like to add to the playlist into the right-hand playlist panel. Here we go; now we've just added those sound samples. Now, once we're finished adding songs to the playlist panel on the right all we have to do is click on the little black arrow of New Playlist, and then select Save Playlist As from the foldout menu. Now, just name a playlist whatever you'd like; for example, sample, and then click Save. Now, you'll see that in the My Playlists menu on the left you'll have your new sample playlist.


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