iTunes Music Store Player
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iTunes Music Store Player allows you to play multiple tracks off of the iTunes Music Store without having to manually double click and start playing the next one.

Usage example:
  • go to the music store (in iTunes 4) and do a search on "jazz". it will spit out a list of 250 songs. iTunesMSP will automatically play them all. do some work, and if you like a song, switch to itunes and buy it... ;-)
  • open a list of radio stations, like "Electronica". it will play each station for the amount of seconds you specify.
  • of course you can also use it on your regular play
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later, Apple iTunes 4.0 or later






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Ken Burns Effect reviewed on 11 Mar 2008
Works with 10.5 Leopard!

And Tiger of course.

Perfect for listening to album samples, no need to manually select tunes.

Maybe it did crash once or twice in the past, I don't remember, also displays an error message if iTunes quit while ITMSP is running.

Minor problems in a very handy app.
[Version 0.1]

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Ken Burns Effect replied on 11 Mar 2008
As I said it works fine in Leopard and iTMS!

It also does a good job if you want to hear samples in ordinary playlists.
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Anonymous reviewed on 12 Oct 2005
Here's the most *awesome* use for it I just discovered:

-- Go to the iTunes Music Store and click on "Billboard Charts"...

-- Click on "Billboard Top 100" and pick your favorite musical year...

-- Launch the iTunes Music Store Player, sit back and take a trip down memory lane - 30 seconds at a time! :-)

Cool!

Rich
[Version 0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 12 Aug 2005
Would be great as a tiger widget!
[Version 0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 11 May 2005
As someone said before, it would be great if it would stop at the end of a album/playlist/search result. Other than that: GREAT!
[Version 0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 09 Mar 2005
I just tried to use iMSP, but it bails before an icon even forms in the dock- I'm using OS X (10.3.7) and iTunes 4.7.1 (30) on a 800 Mhz G3 iBook-
any known conflicts?
[Version 0.1]

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Anonymous commented on 16 Mar 2005
Hi,

Quote:
"I just tried to use iMSP, but it bails before an icon even forms in the dock- I'm using OS X (10.3.7) and iTunes 4.7.1 (30) on a 800 Mhz G3 iBook-
any known conflicts?"

Without a console output I can't do much. It works fine here, OS X 10.3.8, iTunes 4.7.1.

Send me an email with any further questions. You'll find my email on http://www.sichtwerk.com (use the ch one)

Cheers,
Phil
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Anonymous commented on 02 Apr 2005
i've got the same problem....
any idea?

johnb
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jclarkv commented on 20 Nov 2004
Works great on iTunes 4.7 for me.
[Version 0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 10 Nov 2004
Seems iTunes 4.7 breaks this GREAT applescript. Hope they fix it soon!
[Version 0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 25 Oct 2004
Wow! It's great. Thank you
[Version 0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 02 Jul 2004
Excellent. Just when I started to get annoyed about the lack of a complete abum playback in the Music Store.

Thanks
[Version 0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 16 Apr 2004
It would be good to stop at the end of the list, or have an option to do so. It ends up looping the last song forever. But other than that, sweet!
[Version 0.1]


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John_Brown rated on 12 Mar 2014

[Version 0.1]


Downloads:25,915
Version Downloads:17,984
Type:Utilities : AppleScript
License:Free
Date:30 May 2003
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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iTunes Music Store Player allows you to play multiple tracks off of the iTunes Music Store without having to manually double click and start playing the next one.

Usage example:
  • go to the music store (in iTunes 4) and do a search on "jazz". it will spit out a list of 250 songs. iTunesMSP will automatically play them all. do some work, and if you like a song, switch to itunes and buy it... ;-)
  • open a list of radio stations, like "Electronica". it will play each station for the amount of seconds you specify.
  • of course you can also use it on your regular play lists...


Functionality:
  • you can adjust the amount of seconds you would like to hear of a track.
  • you can check "Backwards" and it will play the list backwards.
  • if you check "Disable" iTunesMSP will be disabled.


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