"Unable to burn album (to disc) downloaded from iTunes (The track is an Apple Music song and cannot be burned to disc). How can I put my purchased Apple Music on a CD?"
Apple Music combines subscription-based music streaming with global radio-like programming and a social feature that connects artists to fans. Besides that, Apple Music’s library has 30 million songs—the same number as Spotify, though the exact track listings vary.
Can I save Apple Music to listen to offline? Yep! Apple Music lets you save tracks to listen to offline—you can save as many songs as you’d like, as long as your device has space for them. But remember: you won’t own those files and you won’t be able to offload them anywhere else. More importantly! You can’t burn them onto a disc, or put them on other devices that aren't linked to your Apple Music account. Because anything you download from Apple Music's streaming catalog is DRM-protected. Just like every other streaming service, Apple adds a DRM (Digital Rights Management) layer to its streaming music collection. This is the reason that users are unable to burn your Apple Music to CD for streaming in your Car or at home. To get this job done, you should try to use the third party DRM remover such as Sidify Apple Music Converter. Below is an efficient tutorial to show you how to remove DRM from iTunes Apple Music and burn them onto your CD Disc.
Things You'll Need:
Step 1. Add Apple Music with Sidify Apple Music Conveter
Launch Sidify Apple Music Converter and iTunes will be automatically launched and disappear quickly. Then click "+" to add Apple Music tracks that you want to convert. Do so and it’ll give you your familiar iTunes organization in its own window.
Tips: Apart from being able to convert iTunes Apple Music, Sidify Apple Music Converter also supports converting all your playable music downloaded from iTunes, such as iTunes M4A, M4B & Audible AA, AAX audiobooks and M4P Music to plain MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV format.
Step 2. Adjust Output Settings
Directly clicking setting button on the upper right of Sidify, a new window would pop up. Here you can choose output format as MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV, set the converting speed up to 20X and adjust the output quality up to 320 Kbps. Besides, the output path is also changeable if required; If not, the output audio tracks will be saved under the default folder.
Step 3. Stat Converting iTunes Apple Music to DRM-free Format
Ready? Click “Convert” to start conversion and get a cup of coffee. After conversion finished, you can click to find the converted MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV audio files under specified folder.
After got all the apple music that we want to burn to our CD, now we can start burning Apple Music to CD with iTunes, please refer to the following guide and pictures:
1. Launch iTunes and create a new playlist to store the converted Apple Music.
Tips: Click on File > New > Playlist to create a new playlist and type a name for the playlist, then drag & drop the files into the newly created playlist.
2. Insert a blank CD disc, waiting until the disc is recognized.
3. Select and right click "the playlist >Burn Playlist to Disc". A new window will pop-out which would allow us to choose our preferred speed, disk format for CD burning.
4. Hit “Burn” to start copying all the Apple Music files to CD.
Note: The trial version of Sidify Apple Music converter has 3-minutes conversion limit. If you want to unlock the time restriction, you'll need to spend just $39.95.
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