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How to Make Your Songs Play in the Right Order

Why aren’t my songs playing in alphabetical order?

what you need to know

  • Download and open mp3DirSorter. Drag audio files from your storage device to mp3DirSorter to sort them alphabetically.
  • Alternatively, you can rename the files numerically and add files to list. 01 come first and repeat 02, 03Etc.

In this article, you will learn how to use mp3DirSorter to sort your music library alphabetically. Instructions apply to devices running Windows 10.

How to rearrange your song list

Follow these instructions to rearrange your songs. This method uses a third-party program called mp3DirSorter.

If you are using Windows, download and open mp3DirSorter. It’s portable and requires no installation, so you can use it anywhere, including on a flash drive. In fact, it informs you that this program is intended for use on non-internal drives such as SD cards and USB devices.

Insert the device into a card reader or an available USB port to see if Windows can access the files on the storage device. When the storage device is found, it appears in Files/Windows Explorer along with other local hard drives.

Drag folders containing audio files directly into the mp3DirSorter program window to instantly sort them alphabetically. To sort the contents of an entire drive, select the drive letter and drag it into the program just like you drag a folder.

There are only two options for this program. Place a checkmark next to one or both of the following settings, depending on what you want to do. Sort folders alphabetically And Sort files alphabetically.

Play the device content again to make sure the albums and songs are in the correct order. Now you can see that everything is played in alphabetical order.

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second solution

If mp3DirSorter doesn’t rearrange the songs correctly, you can go the manual path by renaming all the files numerically. For example, name the first song you want to list. 01 Repeat each time you add a song at the beginning and continue with the next. 02, 03Etc.

Manual techniques are not practical if you have a lot of music on your computer. In this case, you can use Windows 10 to batch rename your song library.


More information

How to Make Your Songs Play in the Right Order

Why aren’t my songs playing in alphabetical order?

What to Know
Download and open mp3DirSorter. Drag audio files from the storage device onto mp3DirSorter to sort alphabetically.
Alternatively, rename files to be listed numerically, adding 01 at the beginning and repeating with 02, 03, and so on.

This article will teach you how to use mp3DirSorter to sort your music library alphabetically. Instructions apply to devices running Windows 10.

How to Reorder a List of Songs

Follow these instructions to reorder your songs. This method uses a third-party program called mp3DirSorter.

If you’re using Windows, download and open mp3DirSorter. Since it’s portable and doesn’t need to be installed, you can use it from any location, including a flash drive. In fact, the program notifies you that it’s intended for use on non-internal drives like SD cards and USB devices.

Make sure Windows can access the files on your storage device by inserting the device into your card reader or a spare USB port. Once found, the storage device will display in File/Windows Explorer with other local hard drives.

Drag the folder containing the audio files directly onto the mp3DirSorter program window to instantly have them sorted alphabetically. To sort the contents of entire drives, select and drag the drive letter to the program like you would drag a folder.

There are only two options for this program. Put a check next to one or both of these settings, depending on what you want to have done: Sort folders alphabetically and Sort files alphabetically.

To check that your albums and songs are in the correct order, play the device’s contents again. You should now find that everything plays in alphabetical order.

Martin Dimitrov / Getty Images A Second Solution

If mp3DirSorter didn’t reorder the songs correctly, you can go the manual route by renaming all the files numerically. For example, rename the first song you want to list with 01 at the beginning, and then repeat with each subsequent song, continuing with 02, 03, etc.

The manual technique won’t be practical if you have a ton of music on your computer. If that’s the case, you can use Windows 10 to batch-rename your song library.

#Songs #Play #Order

How to Make Your Songs Play in the Right Order

Why aren’t my songs playing in alphabetical order?

What to Know
Download and open mp3DirSorter. Drag audio files from the storage device onto mp3DirSorter to sort alphabetically.
Alternatively, rename files to be listed numerically, adding 01 at the beginning and repeating with 02, 03, and so on.

This article will teach you how to use mp3DirSorter to sort your music library alphabetically. Instructions apply to devices running Windows 10.

How to Reorder a List of Songs

Follow these instructions to reorder your songs. This method uses a third-party program called mp3DirSorter.

If you’re using Windows, download and open mp3DirSorter. Since it’s portable and doesn’t need to be installed, you can use it from any location, including a flash drive. In fact, the program notifies you that it’s intended for use on non-internal drives like SD cards and USB devices.

Make sure Windows can access the files on your storage device by inserting the device into your card reader or a spare USB port. Once found, the storage device will display in File/Windows Explorer with other local hard drives.

Drag the folder containing the audio files directly onto the mp3DirSorter program window to instantly have them sorted alphabetically. To sort the contents of entire drives, select and drag the drive letter to the program like you would drag a folder.

There are only two options for this program. Put a check next to one or both of these settings, depending on what you want to have done: Sort folders alphabetically and Sort files alphabetically.

To check that your albums and songs are in the correct order, play the device’s contents again. You should now find that everything plays in alphabetical order.

Martin Dimitrov / Getty Images A Second Solution

If mp3DirSorter didn’t reorder the songs correctly, you can go the manual route by renaming all the files numerically. For example, rename the first song you want to list with 01 at the beginning, and then repeat with each subsequent song, continuing with 02, 03, etc.

The manual technique won’t be practical if you have a ton of music on your computer. If that’s the case, you can use Windows 10 to batch-rename your song library.

#Songs #Play #Order


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