Apple Music Now Has Playlists That Feature Songs Played On Fender Guitars

If you play the guitar, there’s a very good chance that you might have heard (or even own) of Fender guitars. For the uninitiated, Fender is a guitar manufacturer that has been around for decades, with their guitars finding their way into the hands of many legendary musicians across a variety of genres.

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This is because Fender guitars have a very unique sound to them that many guitar players seem to love, and if you agree to that statement, you might be interested to learn that Fender and Apple have teamed up for specially curated Apple Music playlists, where these playlists will feature songs that were performed using Fender guitars.

There will be five playlists to choose from with each playlist featuring a different genre. According to Fender CMO Evan Jones, “We’re pleased to partner with Apple, to bring a Fender-curated music experience to long-time Fender fans and those just discovering the brand. These five new playlists honor a diverse range of iconic artists and visionaries, and an emerging generation of artists, who are driving guitar and music forward.”

So if you are trying to decide on which brand of guitar to buy, perhaps these playlists might give you a better idea on the kind of music and sound that you might be able to coax out of a Fender guitar.

Source from http://www.ubergizmo.com/2017/07/apple-music-playlists-fender-guitars/

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How to stream Apple Music to Chromecast

You know Chromecast supports so many convenience to watch videos and listen to audios and other enjoyment. Have you ever thought of streaming your Apple Music to Chromecast?

Macsome iTunes Converter supports you an excellent solution to remove DRM from Apple Music and you can stream unprotected Apple Music files to Chromecast at ease.

To play music through your TV with Chromecast, download Google Play Music (Android or iOS). Open the app, select the cast icon, choose Chromecast from the device list, and select what you want to play.

First of all, download the Apple Music files you want to stream.

Open your iTunes, and find your whole Apple Music category. And then select the Apple Music files, click “…” to add them to “Playlist”. After this, you can choose the Playlist and click the cloud icon to download it to play offline.

Second, free download the latest version of Macsome Apple Music Converter, install and run it.

Forth, after you add these music files, now you can click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder. Here are MP3, AAC, FLAC, WMA for you to choose.

Fifth, you can click “CONVERT” button to start conversion.

Sixth, when the conversion is completed, you can open output folder to find the converted music files and transfer them to your USB drive, and then stream them to Chromecast with the USB drive.

About Chromecast 

Chromecast is a line of digital media players developed by Google. The devices, designed as small dongles, enable users with a mobile device or personal computer to initiate and control playback of Internet-streamed audio/visual content on a high-definition television or home audio system through mobile and web apps that support the Google Cast technology. Alternatively, content can be mirrored from the Google Chrome web browser running on a personal computer, as well as from the screen of some Android devices

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JAY-Z’s ‘4:44′ Will Be Released on Apple Music and iTunes Next Week

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Critics and fans alike are raving over JAY-Z’s 4:44 project and rightfully so. It’s arguably one of his most finest albums of his career. However, some people are griping over the fact that you can only hear it exclusively on Tidal/Sprint. But not to worry.

An insider has told Billboard that 4:44 will be available on Apple Music and iTunes next week.

Tidal has an exclusive one-week window while 160 iHeartRadio stations across the U.S. will be streaming it as well. There’s no word on when Spotify and other streaming services will have it available on their platform. The exclusive is part of a $200 million deal the cellular carrier signed with Tidal earlier this year.

Physical copies are also in the works but there’s no timetable on when the project will be available on CD or vinyl.

Meanwhile, curious fans were also wondering whatever happened to the song “Adnis.”
During the promotion of the album, Jay released a snippet of the song, which is about his late father. Since 4:44 is such a confessional album, people were expecting to hear “Adnis.”

Hov’s longtime engineer/producer Young Guru went on his Twitter account to announce that “Adnis” could possibly be added to the physical copies of 4:44. He tweeted:

There’s no word on when physical copies will hit stores, but it looks like JAY-Z has more promotional stuff planned for his 4:44 album.
Source from:
http://theboombox.com/jay-zs-444-released-on-apple-music-next-week/

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How to cancel Apple Music subscription

Signing up for Apple Music is a cinch. In the newest version of iTunes, released on June 30, it’s easy to add a subscription in just a few minutes.

Apple Music provides with various music songs,  after you subscribe it, you can play and free download all the music files as you like. But how to cancel the subscription, if you don’t like it.

Once you’re signed up, your subscription will auto-renew every month unless you elect to cancel it before the next billing cycle begins.

Cancel Subscriptions on iTunes for the Desktop

If you’re using iTunes on a desktop computer, then to cancel your Apple Music or any other self-renewing subscription, first click your account at the top of the iTunes window, then click “Account Info”.

You will need to enter your Apple ID password to access your Account Info. Once you’re on your account information page, scroll down to Settings, and click “Manage” next to Subscriptions.

Now you see all your various subscriptions to which you are or have been subscribed. Click “Edit” next to your Apple Music membership.

If there are any renewal options, you can review those and make changes. For example here we can switch to a Family plan for $14.99 per month. To cancel your Apple Music subscription however, click “Off” next to Automatic Renewal.

When you’re ready, click “Done” and when your free Apple Music trial runs out your subscription will be canceled and you will not be billed.

Canceling Subscription on an iOS Device

On any iOS device such as an iPad or iPhone, open the Settings and tap “iTunes & App Store”, then tap your Apple ID.

Next tap “View Apple ID” on the resulting pop up dialog and then enter your password to access your account information.

Under the Subscriptions heading click “Manage”.

Now you’ll see all your subscriptions listed and their current status, next tap the subscription you want to cancel.

Again, just as on iTunes, you’ll see your subscription details and be able to change your renewal options. Next to “Automatic Renewal” you will want to tap the button to “Off” to cancel your subscription.

When you’re finished, tap “Done” to exit and you will not be billed for Apple Music (or whatever subscription you’re canceling) after the free trial ends.

Whether or not you’re an Apple Music believer is going to largely depend upon your allegiance to existing streaming services as well whether you even own an Apple device.

If you use Android, you’re going to have to wait a while for the app to arrive for your device, which basically means that if you sign up for the free trial right now, you’re really just wasting it if you like to take your streaming music on the go with you.

On the other hand, if you’ve already decided to check it out, then enjoy your free three months and know that you can cancel anytime using the methods described above. If you have any comments or questions you would like to share with us, please leave your feedback in our discussion forum.

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MUSIC 6 songs to listen to if you love Halsey’s ‘Now or Never’

Halsey returned with her trippy opus — and second studio album — hopeless fountain kingdom earlier this month. The ambitious set became the first No.1 album from a female artist on the Billboard 200 chart in 2017 (it has since been followed by LPs from both Katy Perry and Lorde). “Now Or Never,” its lead single, has been bouncing around the Top 20 of the Hot 100 and has received over 100 streams on Spotify so far.

The 22-year-old pop adventurist penned the tune with Rihanna-cohort Starrah (you can thank her for “Needed Me,” off Rih’s 2016 collection ANTI). If the track has struck a nerve you like, there’s plenty more raw-edged bangers floating around the internet you might enjoy. EW’s favorite swaps are below.

Charli XCX, “Dreamer” feat. Starrah and RAYE

Starrah has been busy in 2017. As well as serving as a guest vocalist, the 27-year-old songsmith also wrote this attitude-laden track off Charli XCX’s February mixtape. If “Now Or Never” sees its protagonist wrestling with a doomed relationship, this is the punchy, better-than-ever aftermath. “I’m a dreamer,” the chorus echoes. “Step, step out the Beemer/ Angels in the clouds rain down, best believe it.”

Bryson Tiller, “Somethin’ Tell Me”

Is there a concept more torturing and relatable than that of star-crossed lovers? Both Tiller and Halsey combat such an inevitable reality in their cuts — while both also embrace sensuous, trap-soul beats.

Melanie Martinez, “Tag, you’re It”

Turn the bass way up. The Voice alum embraces a low-end familiar to Halsey fans while weaving a tale of sexual assault, where she plays both the victim and the aggressor.

Zella Day, “Hypnotic” 

Love is all-consuming — and both these women know it. “Said you know I wanna keep you around,” Halsey spits. “‘Round forever, hey, hey, hey/ I want you to love me now, now, now, now, now, now.” Day isequally lovesick on her 2015 EP, countering, “You got me talking in my sleep/ I don’t wanna come back down/ I don’t wanna touch the ground.” That they both toy with an electro-R&B sensibility, well, that’s just fitting, isn’t it?

MØ, “Waste of Time”

The Danish singer has been catapulted to the top of the charts a couple times in recent years, thanks to prime placement on behemoth singles like “Lean On” from dance music trio Major Lazer and “Don’t Leave,” her collab with production duo Snakehips. But on her solo material, like this track off her 2014 LP, she embraces a nihilistic, love-me-forever-or-never-speak-to-me-again viewpoint similar to Halsey’s.

Cashmere Cat, “Quit” feat. Ariana Grande

A powerhouse female vocalist, lyrics lamenting the shackles of an unfit romance, and ace production from Norwegian export Cashmere Cat. Are we referring to “Now Or Never” or, streaming above, “Quit”? Try both.

Source from http://ew.com/music/2017/06/27/halsey-now-never-singles-swap/

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How to burn streaming Music to CD

More and more people listen to these music files with the streaming music App, like Apple Music, Spotify and so on.

You know also that all the streaming Music are DRM limited, you can listen to and download them during your subscription time. If you cancel, all the music won’t be played any more even the downloaded.

Here we take burning Apple Music to CD for example. If you want to burn Spotify to CD, you can also find a software and then do the same job.

To burn Apple Music to CD, you need the following things:

  1. one Mac (OS X 10.8 or later)
  2. Macsome iTunes Converter
  3. Apple ID (has subscribed Apple Music)

You need to know that Macsome iTunes Converter can only convert downloaded Apple Music.

First of all, open your iTunes, go to Apple Music, and choose the music songs you want to convert, and download them.

Second, go to download the latest version of Macsome iTunes Converter, install and run it.

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Third, click “+” button, choose all the downloaded Apple music files among iTunes library, and then click “OK”.

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Fourth, click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder.

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Here if you want a better audio quality, you can choose a lower conversion speed.

Fifth, click “CONVERT” to start conversion.

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After the conversion, you can burn the converted and unprotected Audio files to CD with iTunes easily.

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Apple Music for Android V2.2.1 has been released

Apple today is rolling out a minor update to its Apple Music app on Android. The update brings the app to version 2.1 and brings under-the-hood improvements. The update is available now on the Play Store.

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In the changelog, Apple simply states that the update includes minor app and performance improvements.

What’s New

This update includes minor app and performance improvements.

Today’s smaller update follows a larger update back in April that marked the apps’s first major update. The update brought with an iOS 10-style redesign, with lyric support, improved support for Beats 1, For You playlists, and more.

Apple Music for Android requires 4.3 Jelly Bean or higher, though it’s still not compatible with tablets. The app launched back in November and replaced the Beats Music app.  Apple Music on Android lists a 10 to 50 million install base according to the Play Store despite mixed reviews averaging at 3.5 of 5 stars.

Apple Music is available on the Play Store now for free.

If you don’t want to download the Android App, but want to listen to Apple Music, follow the guide to enjoy Apple Music on Android.