Check out why this guy released a blank song for iTunes users

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Aug 12, 2017, 1:40 pm IST
Updated Aug 12, 2017, 1:40 pm IST
When users plug in their phone into their cars and play: The first song in the library starts playing, making it feel like an alarm clock
Samir Mezrahi has released a blank song and believes that this is the ultimate solution to this issue. The blank song is available for 99 cents on the iTunes Store, with an alphabetically perfect title.
 Samir Mezrahi has released a blank song and believes that this is the ultimate solution to this issue. The blank song is available for 99 cents on the iTunes Store, with an alphabetically perfect title.

Every iTunes user knows how it feels when they plug in their phone into their cars and hit play: The first song in the library starts playing, making it feel less like a track and more like an annoying alarm clock. This also results in users wanting to skip the first song no matter how good is the track is.

Samir Mezrahi has released a blank song and believes that this is the ultimate solution to this issue. The blank song is available for 99 cents on the iTunes Store, with an alphabetically perfect title.

Users can download this song and put it at the top of the playlist. If the users sort their playlist by artist’s name, then they will have to edit the track info and add ‘A a a a’ to the artist name. Users can save a dollar by generating a silent track by themselves using Audacity.





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