Another newbie question! If I successfully burn 100 or so mp3 music tracks as a data CD to play in my car stereo (see my separate post on that aspect), can I use folders to ensure that the tracks play in a particular order?
I’ve seen it suggested in another thread that by default the tracks are played in alphabetical or numerical order. So a simple way to organise a playlist on a CD containing 100 mp3s would be to “rename” all the tracks by adding a number from 001 to 100 before each track title.
But is it possible to have the tracks in folders corresponding to the original albums from which they came?
And if so how does one number, or label, the folders and the tracks so that they can be identified in the (relatively basic) display of a car stereo? For example, if I have tracks from Allman Brothers, Byrds, and Crosby Stills & Nash albums, how do I label or number them so that - say - I can play all the Byrds tracks, then the Allmans, then CSN? Do I have to title the folders as 1 - Byrds, 2-Allmans, and 3- CSN - and if so how do I label, or number, the tracks within each of the folders?
Apologies if this sounds idiot-basic - but it would be good to know how others deal with this “playlist” issue.