Can I move my songs from Apple Music catalog to a USB, so that I can listen to the songs in my car?
Apple Music is a young streaming music service, which is priced at $9.99 per month for individual users and $14.99 per month for a family of up to six users with millions of music. Since its launch, Apple has heavily promoted Apple Music with exclusive releases and videos from artists like Taylor Swift. So it's not surprising that Apple Music now has 40 million paying subscribers. Among them, there are many users who want to transfer their Apple Music songs to USB flash driver for enjoying in their car. Please refer to the following tutorial.
The following guide teaches you how to transfer Apple Music songs to USB on Mac.
Apple Music songs are DRM protected, so that you cannot directly copy them to USB flash driver for enjoying in a car. To transfer Apple Music songs to USB, you need to remove DRM from Apple Music songs. Thankfully, there comes NoteBurner Apple Music Converter to rescue.
To remove DRM from Apple Music songs and convert them to MP3 for moving to USB, you need to download NoteBurner Apple Music Converter first, a powerful audio converter to convert Apple Music song to MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV at fast speed with lossless quality and all ID tags kept.
The following is the detailed tutorial to guide you to convert songs from Apple Music to MP3 and transfer to USB. Please download NoteBurner Apple Music Converter first before getting started.
After downloading Apple Music Converter, click to install the program. And then launch it on your Mac. iTunes will open with automatically.
Click the "Add" button on upper left to add music. There will be a pop-up window with all your iTunes music listed. Click the songs you want to convert.
After adding, all your added files will be listed in the main interface. Click the setting button to choose output format and output path. Output format as AAC, FLAC, MP3, WAV are available to choose.
Click the "Convert" button to start removing DRM and converting Apple Music songs to MP3. After converting, all you music are DRM-free, and you are free to transfer the converted music to USB flash driver for playing in your car.
Last, plug the USB into your Mac, and try to move the converted Apple Music songs to USB.
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