How to make iPhone ringtone from Apple Music Clips

Yes, as streaming music service, you can enjoy, play and download Apple Music freely, but you can’t transfer them, even to say you want to edit and set as your iPhone ringtone.

In the following we will take about how to make iPhone ringtone from Apple Music Clips.

Part 1, Remove DRM from Apple Music songs and convert

There is no need to worry about the conversion problem. Macsome iTunes Music Converter is an amazing Apple Music DRM removal and file Converter, With it, users can easily convert Apple Music files, audiobooks, or other downloaded music files from iTunes or Apple Music to MP3, FLAC, AAC or WAV format.

Meanwhile, you can keep the converted Apple Music song even after you cancel the Apple Music service.

First, go to download and install the iTunes Converter on your PC, run it.

If you are a Mac user, please download the iTunes Converter for Mac version.

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Second, click the button “+ “, you can choose the different iTunes library to add the audio files to convert.

Add Audio tracks to convert

Third, click Setting button to set the output format and output path before the conversion as your need.

Set the output format

Finally, click the Convert button to start converting.

Converting protected music files

Now after finishing the conversion, you can play the unprotected MP3 / AAC music songs wherever as you like.

Part 2, Set the Converted Audio tracks as iPhone Ringtone

Now you can creat a iPhone ringtone from the converted music files. Here are kinds of freeware ringtone makers to get it, like Macsome Audio EditorSyncios Ringtone Maker and so on.

Step 1,  Install and run Macsome Audio Editor, and click Open to add an audio in main window.

Open Free Audio Editor

Step 2, Click Play button, and now you can press Start button to start selecting automatically.

Step 3, If you want to end selecting, press the button End. This selected audio can then be cropped around, delete, or faded ect.

Select Audio files to edit

Step 4. Click Crop button, you may see the leaving only the selected audio.

Step 5, When you finish audio editing, please adjust audio settings and save it.

Step 6, please find the ringtone file you just imported into your iPhone and set it as your special ringtone.

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Apple Music hits 38 million paid subscribers


Apple Music has hit 38 million subscribers, up by 2 million in just over one month.

Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president for internet software and services, announced the new number for the music streaming service at the South by Southwest Conference and Festivals. At SXSW, he also talked about Apple’s acquisition of Texture, a distributor of digital magazines.

Apple resisted the subscription streaming music model for years as its iTunes music app dominated sales of digitally downloaded music. But as streaming music grew to become the main way people listen and pay for music today, Apple Music ramped up with more subscribers than any other competitors — except Spotify.

Spotify has 71 million paying members and 159 million people who use the service at least once a month, the company said last month in its filing to become a publicly traded company. Spotify enjoys an advantage with a free, ad-supported tier that rivals like Apple Music lack. To lure in members, Apple Music has leaned on heavy marketing and exclusives for hit albums, as well as the crucial benefit of the millions of iPhones in consumers’ pockets.

During his appearance at SXSW, Cue outlined a huge pot of streaming music subscriptions still up for grabs. He said the world has about 2 billion potential subscribers who have both the access and the means to pay for streaming music, but Apple Music and Spotify’s subscribers have only reached a little more than 100 million combined.

He also batted away another suggestion that Apple might buy Netflix, even as it ramps up a huge apparatus to produce its own original shows and movies. Cue said that Apple is “completely all in” on its content plans, which includes a $1 billion budget for originals. But asked if Apple, which has a gigantic $283.1 billion in cash reserves, would buy a media production giant like Netflix or Disney, Cue dismissed the idea, saying the company isn’t chasing “quantity.”

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How to play Apple Music on Roku Player

You can’t only play videos and movies on Roku player, you can also stream Music on it.

Rolu supports more than 100 streaming music services like Pandora, Spotify, Amazon Music, Vevo, Tunein, iHeartRadio and so on. However it doesn’t support Apple Music streaming.

This article will show you how to convert Apple Music so as to play them on Roku player easily and quickly.

To solve the problem, Macsome iTunes Converter is one of the right choices, which supports converting Apple Music files to MP3, AAC, FLAC, and WAV, and removing DRM from Apple Music and purchased Audiobooks with fast conversion speed and lossless output quality.

Steps to convert Apple Music to Roku

Step 1, free download the latest version of iTunes Music Converter, install and run it.

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Please make sure that you have downloaded the Apple Music files you want to convert and they can work normally on your iTunes.

Step 2. Click “+” to import the downloaded Apple Music files.

Add downloaded Apple Music songs

Step 3. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder. If it is necessary, you can also reset the related audio parameters.

Preferences output Settings

Now the output formats include MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV, you can just to choose a suitable one and set the other parameters according to your need.

Step 4. Click the “CONVERT” button to start your iTunes music converting.

Converting Apple Music songs to MP3

How to play converted music songs on Roku

After the conversion, transfer the converted music files to USB drivem and then connect to Roku for playback with media player like Roku Media Player, PlayOn, Plex and more on Roku Channel Store.

Play Apple Music on Roku Media Player

You can also ask Plex for help. Plex usually comes preinstalled on Roku and you can download the Plex Media Server program for your computer, and follow the instructions to sync music, videos and photos. Then link your account by entering a code and now you can listen to the music from your computer on Roku.

Play Apple Music via Plex on Roku

How to convert AAX to M4A on Mac

Sometimes you need to convert your AAX files to M4A format, this blog article will tell you how to convert DRM AAX to M4A format and remove DRM from AAX with Macsome iTunes Converter on you Mac.

First of all, free download the latest version of iTunes Music Converter, and follow the instruction to install and launch it.

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Step 1. Click Add button to import the AAX files from iBook library of iTunes.

iTunes Audio Converter supports users not only converting Audiobooks to MP3 or M4A format, you can also use it to convert downloaded Apple Music files, purchased Music files and so on to MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV format as you like.

Step 2. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder.

If you are converting the general music files, here are four output audio formats for users to choose. But now if you want to convert AAX files, there will no output formats options for you to choose, M4A is the default output format. We are try every best to make it support more audio formats in the future.

Convert AAX to M4A

Step 3. Click CONVERT button to start AAX to M4A conversion.

Converting AA to MP3

All the conversion will be finished quickly. And then users can play the MP3 Audiobook on any Audio Player as you like.

After you unsubscribed Apple Music, how to still play the offline Apple Music songs

Apple Music is a streaming music service. After you subscribed the streaming music service, there are up to 25,000 tracks for you to choose and enjoy. You can also play them and download them to play offline.

If you unsubscribe and cancel the Apple Music service, all the songs from Apple Music will be either removed from your drive – or probably will have DRM protection which will prevent you from accessing. What you have purchased will remain on your hard drive.

And yes, even you have downloaded them offline, you can’t play them anymore for the DRM. Are there any methods to deal with this case?

The following guide will show you step by step.

How to remove DRM from Apple Music to keep them playable forever

Macsome iTunes Converter supports an ideal solution to remove DRM from Apple Music and convert Apple Music M4P to MP3 / AAC format with excellent output quality and up to 20X conversion speed.

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First of all, free download the latest version of iTunes Converter for Mac which supports Mac OS X 10.13 well, install on your Mac and then launch it.

Step 1. Click Add button to add the music files from Music library of iTunes.

Add Apple Music Files to convert

Step 2. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder.

Convert Apple Music to MP3

Step 3. Click CONVERT button to start conversion.

Converting Apple Music to MP3

When finishing the conversion, the DRM of Apple Music songs has been removed, and you can play and keep them as long as you like. as well.

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How to cancel Apple Music on computer

If you are a new user of Apple Music, you can have three months free trail.

After the 3 months, you need $9.99 / month to get access to the full Apple Music experience.

If you don’t like to cost for Apple Music any more, you need to cancel the Apple Music subscription by yourself.

Here we take “How to cancel the subscription of Apple Music on your computer” for example to show you how to do.

1. Open iTunes.

2. If you’re not signed in, sign in with your Apple ID. If your Mac has Touch ID, you can use it to log in when you’re asked for your password.

3. From the menu bar at the top of your computer screen or at the top of the iTunes window, choose Account > View My Account.

View my account

4. Enter your password or use Touch ID, then press the Return or Enter key on your keyboard, or click View Account.

On the Account Information page:

  • Scroll to the Settings section.
  • To the right of Subscriptions, Click Manage.
  • To the right of the subscription you want to manage, click Edit.

Subscriptions Manage

If you don’t see a subscription but are still being charged, make sure that you’re signed in with the correct Apple ID. If so, you might have subscribed directly with the provider and not through iTunes. In this case, contact the content publisher or app developer directly to cancel your subscription.

5. Use the options to manage your subscription. You can choose a different subscription offering, or click Cancel Subscription to cancel your subscription. If you cancel, your subscription will stop at the end of the current billing cycle.

Account Settings

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How to ask Siri to play Apple Music on HomePod

One of the main uses for Siri on HomePod is to control your Apple Music collection. There are Siri voice commands for accessing content like playlists, genres, moods, liking or disliking songs, playing more music based on something you’ve heard, starting a new radio station, and much more.

Because the list of Siri commands is so extensive, this guide won’t be covering every possible option and genre supported by available through Siri, but it should serve as a good starting point when getting to know what exactly your HomePod can do with your Apple Music library.

Playlists and Library

Your playlists may be the content you’ll interact with most often in Apple Music, and Siri on HomePod can play any Apple Music playlist you’ve made in the past on an iOS device or Mac. Siri can also play Apple Music’s personally curated mix playlists.

For items in your library, use the “play my” command and Siri will play albums and songs already added to your library. For everything else, Siri will play any songs available on Apple Music, even if they aren’t in your library yet.

  • “Hey Siri, play my Book Time playlist.”
  • “Hey Siri, shuffle my Book Time playlist.”
  • “Hey Siri, add this song to my Book Time playlist.”
  • “Hey Siri, add this to my library.”
  • “Hey Siri, play My New Music Mix.”
  • “Hey Siri, play the A-List Pop playlist.”
  • “Hey Siri, play my music from Sam Smith.”
  • “Hey Siri, play the newest music from Vance Joy.”

Genres, Moods, and Radio

Siri can understand a wide range of commands requesting various musical genres and moods found in Apple Music. You can find some of these moods in Apple Music itself by navigating to the Browse tab, tapping Playlists, then looking through all of the Activities and Moods. You can also request songs based on decades, specific years, and exact dates. We’ve compiled a few examples below to get you started.

  • “Hey Siri, play some recent pop music.”
  • “Hey Siri, play some chill music.”
  • “Hey Siri, play some romantic music.”
  • “Hey Siri, play some music to dance to.”
  • “Hey Siri, play the best songs from the ’90s.”
  • “Hey Siri, play the top 10 songs from 1986.”
  • “Hey Siri, play the top song from April 17, 1992.”
  • “Hey Siri, create a radio station based on The Killers.”

Here are some examples of more keywords that you could enter into the above commands:

  • Sad
  • Angry
  • Lazy
  • Somber
  • Calm
  • Fun
  • Romance
  • Weekend
  • Cooking
  • Party
  • Workout
  • Focus
  • Motivation
  • Bedtime

You’ll also find the same results for essentially every genre, like Country, Alternative, Blues, and others.

General Controls

There are multiple commands you can relay to Siri to control music playback, with some examples below.

  • “Hey Siri, play music.”
  • “Hey Siri, pause.”
  • “Hey Siri, skip this song.”
  • “Hey Siri, skip forward 30 seconds.”
  • “Hey Siri, jump back 10 seconds.”
  • “Hey Siri, previous track.”
  • “Hey Siri, raise/lower the volume.”
  • “Hey Siri, increase the volume to 50 percent.”
  • “Hey Siri, turn on repeat.”

Other Commands

  • “Hey Siri, play Party in the USA.”
  • “Hey Siri, I like/dislike this.”
  • “Hey Siri, what song is this?”
  • “Hey Siri, what was the last song called?”
  • “Hey Siri, who sings this?”
  • “Hey Siri, who is the drummer in this?”
  • “Hey Siri, what year is this song from?”
  • “Hey Siri, how many songs are on this album?”
  • “Hey Siri, play more like this.”
  • “Hey Siri, after this play Rolling in the Deep.”
  • “Hey Siri, play some Florence and the Machine.”
  • “Hey Siri, tell me more about this artist.”
  • “Hey Siri, I want to hear the live version of this song.”

If you ever want to revisit the playlists and radio stations that Siri creates for you through voice commands on HomePod, head over to the For You tab in Apple Music. If you scroll down a bit, you should see “Recently Played” filled with the content that Siri played on HomePod.

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