2 Solutions to Sync Apple Music to iTunes

Posted by Adam Gorden on Jan 20, 2020 3:36 PM
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Syncing your Apple Music songs can help you access to your favorite songs and playlist on any of your Apple devices, such as your iPhone, iPad, iPod or your computer. As we know, iTunes is only on Windows computer now, syncing Apple Music to iTunes basically means syncing from your mobile device to your Windows computer. This can help you better enjoy the playback of your favorite Apple Music songs and playlist from your phone to your PC seamlessly.

1. How to Sync Apple Music to iTunes with Subscription
2. How to Save Apple Music to iTunes Forever

1. How to Sync Apple Music to iTunes with Subscription

The "Sync Library" feature only available for the subscriber to Apple Music or iTunes Match. So, in this section, we will show you how to enable the feature on your mobile device and iTunes. Once you enable the feature, any songs you add will be appear in both the Apple Music and iTunes.

Step 1 Log in Apple Music and iTunes

Download the latest version of iTunes on your Windows computer and update Apple Music on your device to the latest. Log into Apple Music and iTunes with the same Apple ID.

Step 2 Turn on Sync Library on your iDevice

turn on sync library

Go directly to "Setting" and then press "Music". Under the "Music" options, you will see the "Sync Library" on the third. Turn on the feature and confirm the setting.

Step 3 Enable iCloud Music Library on iTunes

icloud music library

Launch iTunes on your computer. From the menu bar at the top of your screen, select "Edit" > "Preferences". Go to the General tab and select iCloud Music Library to turn it on. Click "OK" to save the changes.

Don't forget to connect your mobile device to Wi-Fi network in case the syncing costs too much your data. If you have a large music library, it might take some time to upload and sync your music library across all of your devices.

2. How to Save Apple Music to iTunes Forever

We all know that, even if you sync your Apple Music to your iTunes, you will lose all of them once you cancel the subscription to Apple Music. So, here's a way for you to save them on your iTunes forever. This method also require you have the subscription to Apple Music, but you can cancel it after you save them to iTunes.

To do that, you need some special help from TunesKit Audio Converter, which is an Apple Music converter that can remove the protection on Apple Music songs and convert them to any common format as you like. In this way, you can get the DRM-free version of Apple Music songs and sync them to your iCloud Music Library, namely iTunes. Let me break down solution in steps.

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Step 1 Import Apple Music Songs to the Converter

add apple music files

Make sure iTunes and TunesKit Audio Converter are both well-installed in your computer beforehand. Launch TunesKit and Apple Music together and you will see two "Add" icon on the top center. To convert Apple Music, go for the "Music Note" icon. You can also drag the files to the conversion window from the Apple Music media folder.

Step 2 Choose Output Format

select format

After importing all the songs you want to convert, click the "Format" panel to choose an output format that MediaMonkey supports. Here are the MonkeyMedia supported audio formats: MP3, AAC (M4A), OGG, WMA, FLAC, ALAC, MPC, WAV, CDA, AVI, MP4, OGV, MPEG, WMV, M3U, PLS, etc. So you can select MP3, AAC, M4A, WAV, or FLAC as the output format.

Step 3 Convert Apple Music to DRM-free format

add apple music files

When you are all set, run the converter by clicking the "Convert" button on the TunesKit interface. Then it will begin to convert the Apple Music songs to the format you select as expected. Wait till the conversion is done. You can find the well converted MP3 tracks via the 'converted' icon at the top.

Step 4 Add Apple Music to iCloud Music Library

After you get the converted Apple Music songs, you can drag them to the iTunes download media folder. The songs will be automatically redownloaded into your iTunes library. After that, you can also right-click the song and select "add to iCloud Music Library" so that you can listen to the songs on all your devices without worrying lose them.


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