hendrik on 11 Feb, 2016 09:12 AM
If one of your analysis goals is color, simply sort by
color and scroll all the way up or down (depending on sort
direction). If you see songs without color, have beaTunes
re-analyze them (select, right-click, analyze).
There is a function that makes beaTunes list all songs added to
iTunes since the last time beaTunes was started. To run it
successfully, first synchronize via File -> Synchronize... and
then run Tools -> Analyze new. Because of how new songs
are computed this does not work perfectly, if you have started and
stopped beaTunes a couple of times in between.
They are sorted in order of suitability. Suitability is
determined by the currently selected ruleset in the match
A MatchList actually creates a new playlist, can use more than
one seed song and allows to set a number of rules as well as other
limits. It is also exported to iTunes (if your library is