Amazon Music Converter
Amazon Music is a music streaming platform and online music store made by Amazon Inc. Whether you have Amazon Music Unlimited or Prime Music, you can enjoy a rich selection from Amazon's own music catalog. Amazon Prime subscribers get free access to Prime Music's 2 million songs, but for $7.99 a month (or $79 a year), Unlimited provides access to 50 million songs. Amazon Prime Music and Music Unlimited both offer ad-free on-demand music listening with offline playback.
Sometimes users may like to backup music songs or playlists to CD just in case. Burning Amazon Music to CD gives you access to your songs, albums and playlists while you are in your car or at home even if you don't have an Internet connection. However, like other music-streaming services, Amazon Music App doesn’t provide an option to burn it’s tracks to CD directly. If you want to burn Amazon Music to CD for listening offline or backup, just follow this particular guide, and you can find how to burn Amazon Music to CD.
In order to easily backup Amazon Music to CD, you'll need to use a third-party software to rip Amazon Music tracks to plain audio file at first. Here we recommend you to try TunePat Amazon Music Converter, which is the best and the fastest Amazon Music Downloader.
TunePat Amazon Music Converter is a professional Amazon music downloader which lets you download Amazon Music tracks, albums and playlists to MP3, AAC, WAV and FLAC with ease. No matter you’re going to download audio tracks from Amazon Unlimited Music or Prime Music, TunePat Amazon Music Converter could easily help you achieve the task. What’s more, it could automatically download and add song tags to the well-converted audio files, including song name, artist, album, artwork, track number, etc. Also, the quality of those songs are top in quality and can be played on different devices without any issues.
Get Ready: Free download and install TunePat Amazon Music Converter on Mac or Windows computer.
Step 1Launch TunePat Program and Log in with Amazon Music Account
The first thing that you have to do is to launch TunePat Amazon Music Converter on your computer, then log in your Amazon Music account. Please note that TunePat will not take any information out of your account.
Step 2Choose MP3 as the Output Format
Next, click the button on the upper right corner to customize the output settings: Output Format (MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV), Output Quality (256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps) and Output Path. And you can choose your country/region here.
Step 3Import Amazon Music to TunePat
Open a playlist, artist or album, then click on the button and select the songs you want to convert.
Step 4Download Amazon Music to MP3
Next, tap the "Convert" icon to start conversion. After the conversion completed, you can click on icon to find the well converted Amazon Music from local drive.
With the help of this Amazon Music Converter, you can easily download Amazon Music to plain MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV format.
After exporting Amazon Music as MP3 files, you can start burning these tracks to CD with Windows Media Player, iTunes, or other CD burner. Please refer to the following pictures and guide.
1. Using Windows Media Player
1) Insert a blank CD or DVD suitable for storing audio files in your computer CD/DVD-RW drive.
2) Open Windows Media Player and click the Burn button.
3) Click through albums and playlists and drag the songs you want to add to the CD/DVD to the Burn pane.
4) Click Start Burn.
It’s truly that simple. When WMP is done, pull the CD out of the CD burner and plop the CD into any CD player.
2. Using iTunes
If you have installed iTunes on your computer, you can use iTunes to burn these music files to CD with the following steps:
1) Run iTunes and create a playlist to store the recorded songs.
2) Open the menu and click “New” – “New Playlist”, drag the files into the newly created playlist.
3) Once done, insert the CD. Click the “Settings” icon to choose “Burn Playlist to Disc”.
4) A new window will pop-out which lets you choose your preferred speed, disk format for CD burning.
5) Hit “Burn” and wait for copying the files to CD.
6) When it is done, the window will pop up to remind you.
3. Using A Free CD burning Software, such as InfraRecorder, IMGBurn
If you do not want to use Windows Media Player or iTunes, there are many third-party software out there. InfraRecorder and IMGBurn are two free, no-nonsense burning programs for those who do not need playback support. These programs boast a more comprehensive array of burning options, like mixed mode, which allows user to create hybrid audio/data CDs. (Tutorial on how to use burn cds with InfraRecorder).
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