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How to Create DJ music with Apple Music clips

When you wan to create various DJ music, the music source is very important? Have you ever think of adding Apple Music clips to mix your DJ music? In the following we will tell you how.

Even you have subscribed Apple Music and download them, you may find that you can’t transfer them freely as you wish. In order to import Apple Music to DJ program, we need to try to free Apple Music and then add them to DJ program. We take Virtual DJ for example.

Here recommend Macsome Apple Music Converter to help you to record  from Apple Music songs and convert to MP3, M4A, M4B, FLAC and WAV and so on with fast conversion speed and high output quality.

Fast Guide to delete DRM from Apple Music to mix with Virtual DJ

To convert Apple Music songs well, users need to free download Macsome iTunes Converter at first.

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Mac Version Download

Step 1, After you download the program, double click to install the trial version of Apple Music Converter on your PC, and then run it.

User Interface

Step 2, click the Add button and select the audio files you want to convert from iTunes library.

Add Downloaded Apple Music

After you choose the music files you would like to convert, click “OK”, and then all the audio tracks files you selected would be listed on the main window.

Step 3, Set the output format by clicking the Setting icon, here we choose MP3 format. After iTunes Converter V3.0.0, the default conversion speed is super fast. There is no need to set the conversion speed.

Set MP3 as the output format

Step 4, click the Convert button to start converting.

Convert M4P to MP3

After the conversion, you get the unprotected MP3 music files from protected Apple Music files. And all the DRM limitations have been removed from Apple Music files. And all the converted Apple Music files on your PC are well organized in your media folder.

Step 5: Add the converted DRM-free Apple Music songs to Virtual DJ

Now you can Launch Virtual DJ on your PC or Mac, and add the converted Apple Music by clicking Local Music icon, or you can drag & drop the local music to Virtual DJ to mix your own music or video.

All the process is very simple, even you are a new user, you can easily use the program to convert your audio files quickly. Why not free download it and take a try.

Spotify Family Accounts are getting parental controls


Spotify has announced a new update for its Premium Family subscribers, adding a few new features. The update is now available in Ireland and is set to roll out in all markets where Spotify offers the Premium Family plan this fall.

The updated plan finally lets parents control the Explicit Content Filter setting of all accounts on their plan. Once parents turn on the filter, the sub-accounts will no longer be able to control the setting on their own.

You will be able to control the Explicit Content Filter from the Family Hub. The Family Hub can also be used to add or remove family members and keep your home address up to date.

Another new feature that Spotify has introduced is called Family Mix, which provides a personalized playlist with songs that your whole family can enjoy. You can also choose to “control who is in each session” to optimize the playlist.

Spotify’s Premium Family subscription gives families access to 450,000 podcast titles and over 50 million songs. While an individual Spotify Premium subscription costs $10 a month, the Family subscription provides six individual Spotify Premium accounts for $15 a month. However, the plan is only designed for family members living in the same location.

Drake’s surprise new ‘Care Package’ album collects his best one-off releases

All those one-off tracks Drake has fired off in between album releases over the course of his career? They now have an official home, thanks to his new release “Care Package,” which collects the many loosies the 32-year-old rapper has dropped in the past 10-plus years.

The album brings many of these songs to streaming services for the first time, featuring fan-favorite deep cuts including 2011’s “Club Paradise” and “Girls Love Beyonce” and “5am in Toronto,” both from 2013, as well as amusingly dated-sounding tracks like “Jodeci Freestyle” and “Draft Day.”

In an Instagram post, Drake described the album as “some of our most important moments together available in one place.”

“Care Package” is Drake first solo compilation album, and his first full-length release since 2018’s “Scorpion.” Over on Instagram, the rapper has been busy promoting his other efforts, including “Euphoria,” the HBO series on which he has a producer credit, as well as his forthcoming Toronto-based OVO Fest and other recording sessions for yet-to-be-announced new music.

How to get Free Apple Music


Everyone knows that if you want to play Apple Music songs, you need to subscribe Apple Music service. How to play Apple Music freely?

If you are a new user for Apple Music service, visit Apple’s website, and choose “Free Trial” in the top right corner, or click “Try it free for three months” on the relevant plan, and you’ll be able to get three months absolutely free of charge.

If you want to to get an extra three months of Apple Music, the family plan will be a choice.

If you’re happy to use Family Sharing, you could get another member of your family to sign up for the free trial of the Apple Music Family Sharing plan, and then share that with you. You’ll then be able to take advantage of an extra three months for free.

Following the above methods, you have 6 months or more free trial date, but this is troublesome. Not everyone like to try this, in the following, we will show how to keep these Apple Music songs forever after your 3-months free trial.

DRM protections limits users to get more freedom from Apple Music. Have you thought of removing DRM from Apple Music songs and then you get unprotected Apple Music songs and play them without limitation and backup them as you like.

Macsome iTunes Converter is the tool to help users get more freedom from Apple Music songs. What you only need to do, just download the favorite Apple Music songs during your 3-month free trial time, and convert them to unprotected AAC, MP3, FLAC and WAV audio formats, and then you can play or keep them according to your need.

Step 1, Go to download the latest version of iTunes Music Converter by clicking the next download button according to your system, and then install and run it.

In the next, all the conversion are working with Macsome iTunes Converter for Mac.

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

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

Add downloaded Apple Music songs

Step 3. Click the setting icon to set the output format and output folder.

Preferences output Settings

There are four output formats including MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV for users to choose. If necessary, you can also reset the related audio parameters.

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

DRM removing from Apple Music

After the conversion, all the Apple Music files’ DRM have been removed. You can keep these music or transfter them to PSP, iRiver, Spotify, Pandora and so on.

Apple begins limiting Apple Music free trial period to one month


The ad, which anchors the Accessories page on Apple’s Online Store, contains text referencing a new one-month Apple Music tryout term.

“Millions of songs. One month on us,” the ad reads.

Clicking on the graphic directs users to an iTunes webpage that reiterates the one-month term, including a dedicated initiation button that reads, “Get 1 Month Free.” Links in iTunes also direct to the one-month offer, though some ads on social media platforms and others strewn across the internet either directly reference Apple Music’s longstanding three-month trial or point to an iTunes page that echoes the legacy three-month, no-commitment offer.

While not confirmed, the policy change could be rolling out by region, as some users are no longer capable of signing up for a three-month trial. Others, however, still have access to the original offer through both iTunes and the Music app on iOS.

MacRumors reported on the banner ad earlier today.

The updated terms mark the first change to Apple’s streaming music subscription structure since the service launched in 2015. Designed to draw in new users, the three-month, no-obligation trial was among the most generous from the world’s major streaming services. By contrast, Spotify presents new users a 30-day free trial to its premium tier, while Pandora provides similar incentives for its for-pay product.

Over the past two years, however, Apple Music has quickly cemented its status as a leading streaming provider. According to Apple’s most recent numbers released in June, Apple Music boasts 60 million paying subscribers. A far cry from Spotify’s 100 million subscriber count, Apple Music is growing more rapidly than its competing market leader and is in control of key countries like the U.S.

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How to Backup iTunes Audiobook to iCloud

If you purchased Audiobooks and want to change a new device, maybe you need to backup them iCloud at first.

iCloud provides its users with means to store data such as documents, photos, and music on remote servers for download to iOS, macOS or Windows devices, to share and send data to other users, and to manage their Apple devices if lost or stolen.

As you know almost all audiobooks purchased from Audible with the file extensions .aa and .aax are protected by DRM protection, and you can’t use iTunes Match to to move to iCloud Music Library. Is there any solutions to help us to remove DRM from Audiobook and upload to iCloud?

The following guide will help you to upload your Audiobook to iCloud step by step.

Steps to convert Audible Audiobooks to upload to iCloud

To solve the problem easily, we ask Macsome iTunes Converter for help, which is used to convert kinds of iTunes protected Audio files and convert them to MP3, AAC, WAV and FLAC with fast speed and perfect quality output. Meanwhile it can remove DRM from your iTunes Audiobooks and convert to iTunes Match supported formats like AAC.

Things You’ll Need:

  • A Computer running Mac OS or Windows OS
  • A Blank CD disk
  • The latest version of iTunes
  • Macsome iTunes Music Converter (for Mac / for Windows)

Before conversion, please go to free download the latest version of Macsome iTunes Converter and install on your PC.

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Mac Version Download

Step 1, After you install, just run the Audiobook Converter.

User Interface

Step 2, click the Add button and select the audiobook files you want to backup from iTunes library.

After you choose the Audiobook files you need to convert, click “OK”, and then all the audiobook tracks files you selected will be listed on the main window.

Step 3, Set the output format by clicking the Setting icon.

In the output format setting, there are MP3, AAC, FLAC and WAV four audio formats for users to choose, just according to your need, choose one for you.

Convert Audiobook to AAC format

Step 4, click the Convert button to start converting.

Now you can click the “Convert” button to start iTunes Audiobook to AAC conversion.

After the conversion is finished, you can open the output folder to find the converted files. And then you can upload the converted AAC audio files to iCloud.

So easy, isn’t it? Why not free download it and take a try.

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Spotify launches Disney Hub for classic songs, plus Marvel and Star Wars scores


Disney is teaming up with Spotify to launch an official hub that will collect all of the studio’s original music in one place.

The Disney Hub is separated into a number of playlists: Hits, Favorites, Classics, Singalongs, Princess, Marvel Music, and Star Wars. Spotify users can expect some overlap between the playlists, but Disney is making tracks available from its films (both live-action and animated), theme park attractions, Disney Channel originals, and classic tunes from decades ago available on the app. More than two billion minutes of Disney songs have been streamed on Spotify this year alone, according to the company.

A ranking system will also be public for subscribers, so they can see what the most popular songs are among fans. The current ranking is:

  1. “Let It Go” – Frozen
  2. “How Far I’ll Go” – Moana
  3. “You’re Welcome” – Moana
  4. “Life is a Highway” – Cars
  5. “You’ll Be In My Heart” – Tarzan
  6. “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” – Frozen
  7. “I’ll Make a Man Out of You” – Mulan
  8. “A Whole New World” – Aladdin
  9. “Try Everything” – Zootopia
  10. “Love Is an Open Door” – Frozen

This isn’t the first time that Spotify has launched a dedicated hub. The company launched Amplify, a hub for emerging artists that focused on equality, LGTBQ issues, and social topics in March 2018. Earlier this year, Spotify also launched a Throwback hub, which included highlights from the popular #ThrowbackThursday hashtag. To find the hub, head over to Spotify’s browse section and click on the “TV & Movies” page. The Disney Hub should be located within.

Spotify’s Disney Hub is currently available for subscribers in the U.S., U.K., Ireland, South Africa, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The Hub will be updated with more songs from Disney films as they’re released.

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