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I selected the iTunes folder library as [home folder]/Music

Having music files in the same folder ([home folder]/Music) I select File -> Organize Library -> Consolidate Files.

Which created doubled files.Image 1

Every new file have " 1" suffix

Image 2

How can I delete them ?

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Open terminal (Spotilght -> type "Terminal")

Go to Music folder and execute

cd ~/Music
find ./ -name "* 1.*" -exec rm {} \;

Execute earlier

find ./ -name "* 1.*"

To check if it find appropriate files.

After this the easiest way would be delete your whole library, and relocate all files again. (You will lost the data like "how many times you played that song")

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