Watch Out Endless via Apple Music

Two days after dropping a “visual album” called “Endless,” Frank Ocean on Saturday debuted his hotly anticipated album “Blond” — “Blonde” on Apple Music and iTunes — as a two-week windowed exclusive on Apple’s streaming music service (Related: Apple Music Converter).

Frank Ocean has released a 45-minute long video titled “Endless.” A representative from Apple Music calls it his new “visual album.” The rep also told Pitchfork to “keep an eye out this weekend for more from Frank.” It features new Frank songs and takes place in the same warehouse where Ocean has been hosting a web stream. The new songs feature contributions from Jonny Greenwood, James Blake, and more; two songs were recorded at Abbey Road. The status of Ocean’s Boys Don’t Cry and its long-reported accompanying print publication are currently unclear. Find the tracklist below, and watch “Endless” here.

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Earlier tonight, Frank Ocean returned to the mysterious web stream that began on his website boysdontcry.co two weeks ago. He assembled the wooden boxes that he had hand-built into a spiral staircase. The stream featured new music.

Source from : http://pitchfork.com/news/67657-frank-ocean-releases-visual-album-endless-watch/

 

Howto get rid of DRM on paid Kindle Audiobook

We know that Kindle Audiobook are purchased from Audible.com, and people can use Audible.com to download audiobooks to your iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Kindle or other listening device and listen to Audible audiobooks by best-selling authors anytime.

After you paid the Audiobook, you can listen to the Audiobook after you authorize the device, for the DRM limits you.

Would you like to get rid of the DRM from the paid Audiobook?

Here Macsome Audio Book Converter can help you.

(, Windows users click here (http://macsome.com/audio-book-converter-win/index.html).

All the steps to get rid of the DRM are quite simple, and no additional app to install.

First, free download the software according to your computer system, and install it on your computer.

Then run the Audiobook Converter, and it will shows all playable audiobooks from the iTunes Books library automatically.

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Please make sure that you have authorized the purchased Audiobooks to the device or the computer so as to play them normally.

And now click Profile button and select the required profile in Output File Format drop-down list.

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You can also click the Macsome AudioBook Converter menu and select Preferences to customize the Output Settings by clicking Choose… to set the destination.

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Finally, click the Convert button to start the conversion. Meanwhile the paid Audiobook’s DRM is removed as well.

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After the conversion is done, you can play the purchased Kindle Audiobook on any MP3 or other audio player as you like without DRM any more.

 

 

 

Better match and sync Apple Music to iTunes Match

Apple Music allows users to sync and match the paid music songs of iTunes, but it has clashes with iTunes Match.

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Finally Apple Inc. seems to fix this problem. According to the Loop news, iTunes Match can match and sync with iCloud Music and paid music with voiceprint pairing. This seems better that Apple Music sync with the old version of iTunes Match by metadata to pairing.

After the new version’s update, Apple Music can match the music data correctly, and won’t match the concert version with the studio version by mistake. This is very great.

In other words, in the new version, if you are an Apple Music users, you can also get the iTunes Match service.

If you find, iCloud state of iTunes has set in “paired (Matched)” word, as evidenced by the new functionality has been added to your Apple Music, no, then it may be because the data is still being paired it.

Read related more: Apple Music to MP3 Converter, Remove Apple Music DRM, iTunes Match VS Apple Music.

 

Reset Your iCloud Music Library to fix that Apple Music Messed Up

In its infancy, iCloud Music Library did a poor job of matching songs, using metadata instead of the audio files themselves. This led to explicit songs getting confused with clean, cuss-free versions, and studio editions replacing live versions. But now that Apple is rolling out matching technology that creates a fingerprint out of audio, it’s a good time to start again.

MORE: Apple Music Converter

The process is a bit elaborate, as you’re creating a new library in iTunes in order to start over, but it’s the best and safest way to handle these files. Using these steps you won’t be removing any of your songs from iTunes, which means less risk on your part.

How to Reset an iCloud Music Library

These instructions work the same way on a Mac as they do on a PC, except in certain circumstances where noted.

1. Click iTunes. (On a PC, click Edit)

2. Click Preferences.

3. Uncheck iCloud Music Library.

4. Click Done.

5. Click iTunes.

6. Click Quit iTunes.

7. Hold down Option and open iTunes. (On a PC, hold shift).

8. Click Create Library.9. Write an easy-to-identify library name and click Save.

10. Click iTunes. (On a PC, click Edit)11. Click Preferences.12. Check off iCloud Music Library.

13. Click OK.

14. Your iCloud Music Library will now load. After your songs appear, click Songs in the Library list.

15. Select a song.

16. Click Edit.

17. Click Select All.

18. Click Song.

19. Select Delete.

20. Click Delete Items.

21. Quit iTunes and hold Option (or Shift if on a PC) while opening iTunes again.

22. Click Choose Library.

23. Navigate to your previous iTunes Library and Click Open.

24. Click iTunes. (On a PC, click Edit)

25. Select Preferences.

26. Check the box next to iCloud Music Library.

27. Click OK.

Check the progress of your upload by clicking on the spinning gear in the upper right corner. Once the process completes, your songs should be correctly matched in your iCloud Music Library.

How to re-start iCloud Music Library matching and uploading.

If you have to restart or close iTunes before iCloud Music Library finishes matching your files, the uploading and matching process may need to restart.

1. Click File.

2. Select Library.

3. Select Update iCloud Music Library.

The process will continue.

Source from http://www.tomsguide.com/us/reset-apple-music,review-3840.html

Kigo M4V Converter for Win Version 5.2.5 released on Aug 3, 2016

To make Windows users have more and better user experience, KVC Inc. has released Kigo M4V Converter Version 5.2.5 on Aug 3, 2016.

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In the new updated Version 5.2.5, uses can directly search some a video to import for converting. And in the subtitle track setting window, users can select all and then convert videos.

After conversion, users can keep AD audio track as you need.

When you update the M4V Converter to the new version 5.2.5, you will have a new signature of M4V Converter.

In addition, Kigo M4V Converter is a professional DRM removal tool to remove DRM from your purchased iTunes M4V videos and can convert to MP4, FLV, DVD, 3GP, MP3, and more and more popular video and audio format at a high output video quality.

If you are an iTunes movies fan, you may like Kigo M4V Converter. Because after the conversion of M4V Converter, all the purchased movies don’t have the up to 5 devices playing limits, and you can play the converted movies anywhere and anytime. So amazing.

 

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KVC Inc. is a software development company with expertise and experience in video and audio converting and editing applications. Our products are known for high quality, excellent performance, reasonable prices and perfect after-sales service, and have won the overwhelming majority of the user’s trust and support.

KVC Inc has launched a series of video and dvd converting and editing tools, with them, you can make full use of your videos and have more fun.

free softwares like Kigo Video Converter Free for Mac as well as for Win,

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Android users can use Apple Music App now

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Android users can use Apple Music App now

After nine months, Apple Music is out of beta for Android users. And now Apple Music is now available as a fully fledged app and service for owners of Android smartphones.

Of the big three music streaming players–that’s Spotify,  Apple Music, and Tidal–two have had an advantage, being available on both major mobile platforms, iOS and Android. Apple Music, on the other hand, lagged.

Read more:  Spotify VS Apple Music

In November of last year, Apple did open its Apple Music service to Android, but it was in beta, not officially primed for mainstream use. Beta, for the uninitiated, is often far more buggy since it’s like a soft-opening for a hotel or restaurant, implemented to get the kinks out before an official launch. Apple Music’s beta lasted nine months.

The Android flavor is similar to its iPhone counterpart in that you can stream more than 30 million songs, check out on-demand curated radio stations with your favorite music, listen to playlists created by music experts and tune into the 24-7 Beats 1 radio station to hear music selected by DJs from around the world.

The Android version also includes new equalizer settings as well as unnamed performance, playback and stability improvements, Apple said in its description of the app.

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This Friday hear “Boys Don’t Cry” of Frank Ocean on Apple Music

It is a  long wait for a new Frank Ocean album.

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Frank  Ocean, as the innovative and enigmatic R&B singer,  is set to release his next album, “Boys Don’t Cry,” on Friday through an exclusive deal with Apple Music, according to a person with knowledge of the release plans. The release is also expected to include a major video and a printed publication called “Boys Don’t Cry” that will be distributed at Apple stores.

“Boys Don’t Cry” is one of the year’s most anticipated new albums, and Mr. Ocean’s first since “Channel Orange” in 2012, which was widely hailed by critics and nominated for six Grammy Awards (it won one, for best urban contemporary album). Mr. Ocean himself first announced the new title three years ago, and seemed to play with the long wait when he included the image of an old-school library due-date slip labeled “Boys Don’t Cry” on awebsite connected to the album, with a series of stamped dates going back over a year. Given the number of delays the album has already had, it seems possible that Mr. Ocean could decide to put off the release beyond Friday.
Frank  Ocean was an obvious talent, but Channel Orange‘s 2012 release made him a star. The album was universally recognized as one of the best of the year by critics, and was also nominated for six Grammy awards. It was commercially successful, too, debuting at #2 on the Billboard album charts. And in an elegant and brief note published on Tumblr a week before the album’s release, Ocean told the world he was bisexual. It was a revelation that rendered the album’s love songs even more affecting and helped to make music a more progressive space. Boys Don’t Cry probably won’t have the same social impact asChannel Orange — let’s find out how it fares in terms of songcraft.
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