Here's what the previous version of i Tunes offered to select a media library: And here's the new Media Picker: Personally, I find the new approach an improvement.One problem I found with i Tunes 12 was that there were just too many buttons.In the File menu, you can arrow down to the Library sub-menu, then arrow right and press Enter on Add to i Cloud Music Library.Alternatively, for an individual song, once it's in focus, you can press the Applications key and choose Add to i Cloud Music Library in the context menu.If you are a user who has experienced any music library performance problems following the 13.x system update please provide a description of the issue here.
I have noted that many people are experiencing this problem according to the Apple Support comments I have read. I have not yet signed up for the free trial of Apple Music, and, after the warning above, I'm reluctant to do so, as I want to keep my i Tunes Match subscription going, for the simple reason that there are quite a few tracks in my i Tunes library which won't be on Apple Music at all.The most visible change to i Tunes 12.4 is what Apple calls the Media Picker.This menu at the top left of the i Tunes window replaces a customizable row of icons that allows you to switch from one media library (Music, Movies, TV Shows, etc.) to another.Some i Tunes users have found that a feature they depended on is missing, or has been moved; others find that the new "simplified" navigation isn't as simple as they would like.Here's a look at some of the annoyances in i Tunes 12.4, and how to get around them.They are certainly aware of what’s been going on, I can assure you. I am an i Tunes Match customer and have been since the service started.