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  1. Am using the new Mac Pro desktop and the latest El Capitan with iTunes 12.3.2.25 and discovered three days ago that a folder i have been putting recorded music, from an online site, into for the past 5 years, organized by year, month, etc, is now empty except for the index. Five years of music gone! This music was NOT in iTunes in any manner nor did i intend it to be as it needed much editing. How could that have happened? Using the title from the index i searched the iTunes library but it does not appear to be there ... where would i look for this music? How do i keep this from happening in the future as i continue to record music? All help appreciated.
  2. JRiver shows duplicate files, which come back when I delete them. Some guidance would be much appreciated. My setup: Synology NAS running Minim server. Controlled by Plugplayer. Rendered by Audio Research Reference DAC. I use Jriver to manage/sort/tag the music files (mostly WAV). In Jriver under filename I get: Volumes/Music/[Artist]/[Album]/[Trackname] But the same file also shows up as: http://[lan NAS address]:[port]/minimserver/*/Music/[Artist]/[Album]/[Trackname] This happens throughout the library. If I delete all http://etc files they automatically are recreated (not at once, but over time). Any ideas what may be causing this issue? Thank you.
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