iTunes Keeps Auto-Playing? Download This Blank Song

There was a good shot of ABBA, though we couldn’t means it (Photo by Phil Walter/Getty Images)

iTunes users all know a aggravating feeling each time we block your phone into your car, or idly strike play: The initial strain in your library comes on, feeling reduction like strain and some-more like an alarm clock, and we rush to spin it behind off. And afterwards we never again wish to play Adele or Abbey Road or “Ain’t No Sunshine.” iTunes has tainted your mind.

Samir Mezrahi has a answer: A vacant song, accessible for 99 cents on a iTunes Store, with an alphabetically ideal title.


If a certain playlist keeps auto-playing, put this lane during a top. If we arrange by artist like me, you’ll have to revise a lane info and supplement “A a a a a” to a artist name. (Unlike Spotify, iTunes sorts letters above numbers.)

Of course, if we wish to save a dollar, we can beget a wordless lane yourself in Audacity.

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