This page will show you the best way to download and convert Apple Music to MP3/WAV, then you can add Apple Music to GarageBand for remixing music on Mac/iPhone/iPad.
GarageBand is popular since it launched in 2004 developed by Steve Jobs. It is a digital audio music mixing software special designed for macOS and iOS. It can be used to record audio, edit songs, mix rhythms, and add sound effects. With this software, even though you are a new beginner, you can create fantastic music on Mac/iPhone/iPad. Apple Music supposes to be a good source for music remixing, GarageBand software allows you to add the purchased iTunes music but it isn’t an ideal idea. Why?
Apple Music song is in M4P format, for its music contents protection, anyone can’t play them or use them elsewhere than the Apple Music app. GarageBand is no exception. Moreover, GarageBand only supports AIFF, CAF, WAV, AAC (except protected AAC files), Apple lossless, and MP3. So that you can’t add Apple Music to GarageBand directly. To make Apple Music be playable in GarageBand, you should get rid of the protection of Apple Music, convert them to the format be supported by GarageBand. How to convert Apple Music songs to the formats that are compatible with GarageBand? A practical Apple Music Converter is needed. After downloading and converting Apple Music with an Apple Music Converter, you can add Apple Music to GarageBand for remixing music on Mac/iPhone/iPad.
To download and convert Apple Music that be compatible with GarageBand, TunesBank Apple Music Converter comes to help you. It is specialized in removing encrypted protection from Apple Music. It is enables to download Apple Music to computer, convert Apple Music to the plain audio formats be supported by GarageBand, then you will be able to import Apple Music to GarageBand on Mac/iPhone/iPad for music remixing. It supports exporting Apple Music to MP3, WAV, FLAC, M4A with 10X faster speed. And it works at a faster conversion speed while keeping the original audio quality and ID3 tags. With this Apple Music to GarageBand converter, you can get the local Apple Music files and keep them forever without subscription. What’s more, you can play Apple Music offline on any device without Apple Music authorization.
Features of TunesBank Apple Music Converter
- Download Apple Music to computer as local files
- Export Apple Music to MP3, M4A, FLAC, WAV
- Convert Apple Music with 10X faster speed
- Convert Apple Music keeping the original audio quality and ID3 tags
- Keep Apple Music forever without subscription
- Play Apple Music on any devices without Apple authorization
- Import Apple Music to GarageBand on Mac/iPhone/iPad for music remixing
How to Download and Convert Apple Music to MP3, WAV
To make Apple Music be compatible with GarageBand, you should download and convert Apple Music to MP3/WAV. Before begin the music conversion, please download TunesBank Apple Music Converter and install it on the computer. Then you will see there is a built-in Apple Music web player, you don’t need to run Apple Music app or iTunes in the whole the conversion, since it is built-in Apple Music web player.
Step 1. Log Apple Music Account
Log in your Apple account by clicking “Sign in”, all Apple Music tracks will be synced from your Apple account and show you in the TunesBank program.
Step 2. Add Songs to Conversion List
Click “+” on the right to add any Apple album/playlist with the music contents you want to download and convert to MP3/WAV.
Click a music album/playlist on the left side in the interface, then click the checkbox to add Apple Music items you want.
Step 3. Set Output Format
On the upper-right of interface, please click “Convert all files to” format menu, select MP3 or WAV as the output format.
You are also allowed to customize other output settings, like Output Quality, Bitrate, Sample Rate, etc,.
Step 4. Download and Convert Apple Music to MP3/WAV
When step 1 to step 3 are done, click the button of “Convert All” to begin to download and convert Apple Music songs to MP3/WAV.
Step 5. Preview Output Apple Music Songs
Once the music conversion ends, click “Finished” then “View Output File” to locate and preview all output Apple Music songs. Or you are allowed to play each item in TunesBank software directly, since it is built-in Apple Music player.
Now you have got Apple Music as local MP3/WAV files, you can play them offline, or add them to GarageBand on Mac/iPhone/iPad for music remixing.
Here are the steps to add Apple Music to GarageBand desktop app on a Mac computer.
Step 1. Launch GarageBand app on Mac computer, you will see the main interface of it.
Step 2. Click the Media Browser on the top-right corner. GarageBand app will scan the sources from iTunes or local files on your computer.
Step 3. Click Local Computer Folder option and then import the converted Apple Music songs that in part 1 to GarageBand app easily.
Step 1. Launch GarageBand app on iPhone/iPad, tap the three horizontals icon button to open Tracks, tap the Loop Browser icon button in the control bar, then tap “Music” tab to browse the converted Apple Music Songs.
Step 2. The converted Apple Music files will be shown on the list, just drag & drop the converted Apple Music songs to Tracks view, select the ones are not grayed for adding to GarageBand.
Since the Apple Music files are in protected M4P format, to add Apple Music songs to GarageBand, you need to download and convert Apple Music to MP3/WAV with an Apple Music Converter first. With the help of TunesBank Apple Music Converter, now you can get Apple Music songs to GarageBand on Mac/iPhone/iPad easily. Just enjoy remixing music and have fun from your own creation.
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