I discovered I couldn't burn any Apple Music tracks to a CD. When I dragged the tracks from my purchased playlist into a new playlist and clicked "Burn Playlist to CD", I got a warning telling me that some of the tracks were Apple Music and couldn't be burned. How do I burn a CD of tracks I've legitimately purchased and downloaded through Apple Music?
iTunes enables you to burn music or video to CDs or DVDSs for enjoying on your car player or home media player. But, you should remember that iTunes cannot burn iTunes rented or purchased videos and Apple Music downloaded songs to CDs or DVDs. Why? DRM protection restricts your to burn them to CDs or DVDs. Both iTunes downloaded videos and Apple Music downloaded tracks are DRM protected, so that it is impossible to burn them to CDs or DVDs. Here the article will teach you how to burn Apple Music songs to CDs for enjoying.
Your Mac or Windows computer must have a disc drive that can burn discs.
A blank disc is needed.
You must create an iTunes playlist containing the Apple Music songs you want on the disc. To create a playlist, choose File > New > Playlist and then type a name for the playlist.
An Apple Music to CD Converter is needed to remove DRM from Apple Music, thus to burn the converted Apple Music songs to CDs with iTunes.
Thankfully, NoteBurner Apple Music to CD Converter (For Windows | For Mac) is there to help you remove DRM from Apple Music tracks. It is a professional Apple Music DRM Removal to help you remove DRM and convert Apple Music tracks to plain MP3, WAV, FLAC or AAC with lossless quality. Let's learn how to remove DRM from Apple Music tracks and burn the converted Apple Music songs to CD now!
How to Burn DRM-ed Apple Music Tracks to CDs?
Step 1: Things you need
You should make sure you have subscribed Apple Music. You need to download the music you want to burn to CD and then download the Apple Music to CD Converter.
Step 2: Remove DRM from Apple Music tracks with NoteBurner Apple Music Converter
Open the Apple Music to CD Converter, and then add Apple Music songs to it. You can customize output format as MP3, WAV or M4A, output path by entering NoteBurner preferences. Besides, if you want to keep the output audio files in Artist / Album folder, you can check the "Keep output folder organized". Then just click the "CONVERT" button to start removing DRM from Apple Music. The whole conversion process only takes a few minutes, then you can find the DRM-free Apple Music songs in the output folder.
Step 3: Import the DRM-free Apple Music songs to iTunes Playlist
In iTunes, choose File > Add to Library, locate the converted Apple Music songs, and click Open. Then you should create a new iTunes Playlist by choosing File > New > Playlist. To add items, drag them to the playlist, in the sidebar on the left side of the iTunes window.
Step 4: Burn the iTunes Playlist to CD with iTunes
First, you need to insert a blank disc. Then select the playlist you want to burn in iTunes, and then right click the playlist. In the drop down list, select "Burn Playlist to Disk". Then, there will a window pops up to allow you selecting a disc format. Then click Burn to start burn Apple Music to CD.
In this way, you can burn DRM-laden Apple Music songs to CD fro enjoying in the car player or hone media.
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