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  1. So, I have a noob question, but wasn't finding my answer through search: I'm using a MB Pro, iTunes & Amarra setup, with files stored on a 1TB WD duo RAID. I have hit the capacity of that drive, so I purchased a 4 TB G-Tech RAID o move the library to. I can then unRAID the WD to become a 2TB backup. My file structure on the WD has been: Type / Artist / Album / tracks. Type is AIFF, WAV, etc. From there, I would simply use Add to Library in iTunes to point to the music files. Now that I need to switch to a new drive, copying the files is easy enough, albeit, a long 9 hours to complete, however, I can't find an easy method for setting iTunes to use the new drive locations. I would like to maintain my current file structure, but if my only alternative is to redirect all the tracks, I may need to consider pulling all the files into the iTunes folders. Can any of you share your wisdom on this issue?