- Changing Your Wallpaper
- Getting Details About Your iPad
- Setting Alert Sounds
- Password Protecting Your iPad
- Setting Parental Restrictions
- Setting Side Switch Functionality
- Setting Your Date and Time
- Modifying Keyboard Settings
- Changing Safari Settings
- Changing Music Settings
- Notification Center Settings
- More Settings
Changing Music Settings
You have a few preferences to choose from when it comes to music playback. Most of them have to do with the quality and volume of sound you get from your iPad.
Tap the Settings icon on the Home screen.
- Choose Music from the list of settings on the left.
- Turn Sound Check on or off to play your music at approximately the same volume level, even if the song files themselves are louder or softer than each other.
- Use EQ to select an equalizer setting. You can select from an equalizer setting according to the type of music you listen to, or settings like “Spoken Word,” “Small Speakers,” or “Bass Booster.”
- Tap Volume Limit to set a limit on the maximum volume.
- To set a Volume Limit, simply move the slider.
- Tap the Lock Volume Limit to set a code required to change or remove the Volume Limit.
- Enter a four-digit code and confirm.
- Tap to turn on iTunes Match. iTunes Match is a service where all the music you own is stored on Apple’s servers, and you can access it with iTunes on a Mac or PC and through the Music app on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. See www.apple.com/itunes/itunes-match/ for more information.
- Enter your Apple ID and password information to allow streaming music and video from your Mac. See “Home Sharing” in Chapter 4.