Macsome iTunes Music Converter 3.8

Convert iTunes and Apple Music files to various formats.
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Process music tracks and audiobooks from Apple libraries such as iTunes and Apple Music. Check out configuration options to create output copies of the original items in formats such as MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC or AIFF. Adjust the size, name, and quality of the output.

Macsome iTunes Music Converter is a utility that enables you to remove the DRM protection from the songs you purchase from the iTunes store and to convert the tunes to other audio formats. The program is packed with easy-to-configure output settings, provides you with quality results, and supports batch conversion.

This tool communicates well with Mac's iTunes. So, all you need to do to import iTunes files is to click the "+" button, look for the song through the offered list (contains music and audiobooks from your iTunes library), and click the "OK" button. The program supports batch conversion, so you can select as many files as you like for the conversion process.

Besides preserving the quality of the original files, this utility can also retain the initial chapters structure (the option that applies to audiobooks). You would need to alter a System Preferences option in order to enable the aforementioned feature in Macsome iTunes Music Converter.

The only thing I'd change about this tool would be to add extra output profiles. At the moment, the program supports only 4 output formats: MP3, AAC, FLAC, and WAV. So, popular formats like OGG, WMA or AIFF aren't supported. more

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Pros

  • Communicates well with iTunes
  • Removes DRM protection from iTunes songs
  • Provides you with quality results
  • Supports batch conversion

Cons

  • Supports a small amount of output formats

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I found this tool very easy to operate and very useful.

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All types of iTunes Music files are supported.

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