Macsome iTunes Converter
Macsome iTunes Converter
2.5.4

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Macsome iTunes Converter2.5.4

09 June 2020

Convert DRM protected music to unprotected formats.

Overview

Macsome iTunes Converter can easily convert DRM-protected music and various audio files to unprotected MP3, AAC formats playable on any iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone, Zune, PSP, Creative Zen, and other MP3 players at high speed and CD quality. Convert M4P to MP3, AA to MP3 or AAC in 5X-fast speed, with ID tags preserved. iTunes M4P-to-MP3 converter, Audible AA-to-MP3 or -AAC converter.

Moreover, it is also a professional Apple Music Converter, which can convert all the downloaded files from M4P to MP3, and remove DRM protections so you can play Apple Music files without limitations any more. The iTunes Converter is used to convert all the iTunes music or other audio files which could be played on iTunes. The conversion is 20X speed faster, and the output could be CD quality. It's all-in-one tool to convert M4P to MP3, convert protected or unprotected audiobook, convert iTunes Match Music to MP3 , convert Apple Music to MP3 and convert AAC to MP3. It is a powerful, yet simple audio conversion tool to bypass DRM control with 5X recording and encoding to MP3 method. With batch conversion, the software plays protected music tracks silently in the background and records audio files with top digital quality at speeds up to 5x.

What's new in Macsome iTunes Converter

Version 2.5.4:
  • Fix the program crashes issue on macOS 10.15.
  • Fix some minor bugs.

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27 Reviews of Macsome iTunes Converter

5
Adelaide2019
18 November 2019
Version: 2.4.9

Most helpful

iTunes Converter is a nice tool. Easily install and use. Free my music easily!!
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5
Krysstal
28 April 2020
Version: 2.5.3
So cool to see this tool. I can use it for free. But what a pity, it can only support 3-minute for a song. To get a whole track, I have to purchase the full version. Fortunately, it is on sale now, $34.97.
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5
Adelaide2019
18 November 2019
Version: 2.4.9
iTunes Converter is a nice tool. Easily install and use. Free my music easily!!
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1
Hankeg
17 August 2018
Version: 2.3.9
Infected by virus
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Flavum
28 February 2017
Version: 2.1.4
"Moreover, it is also a professional Apple Music Converter". What does that even mean? Professional? I wouldn't touch this (or any of the other Chinese clones) with a 10-foot pole.
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5
dassy
06 July 2016
Version: 2.0.5
So easy to backup all my iTunes Music library.
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5
intacthd-inc
29 May 2016
Version: 2.0.4
It's very helpful when i want to backup my Apple Music playlist, and play them on MP3 player. Thanks .
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4
Baccaroeja
09 May 2016
Version: 2.0.4
I am tempted to buy this or Sidify Apple Music (both are apparently from the same Chinese developer) and both do work fine. All tests show the quality is on par as the original, at least I could not hear a difference. But what troubles me: will this be updated when things change in OS X? I mean, this uses very probably a simple workaround by playing back and recording the audio in realtime or at FFW speed. What if Apple changed the AVFoundation API and prevent apps like this to work? Most certainly because both apps are illegal to use (and to sell). Still, I like to backup my Apple Music and put it on my children iPods. Yes, that too is illegal, I know. Hmmm.. will probably pay for it and see what happens in the near future.
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5
dassy
21 July 2015
Version: 1.6.0
Good job, it can convert Apple Music files. I'm so happy when i convert all the Apple Music to MP3 format. Wow.....
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Holypoly
09 March 2013
Version: 1.5.6
Version 1.5.7 released on Mar 01, 2013 Support keeping chapters information while working with iTunes 11. Support adding files to conversion list by dragging files into the application.
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Maydaygray
09 December 2012
Version: 1.5.6
The latest version of iTunes converter causes high frequency clicks in the MP3's that are converted. This sounds horrible. I've got the MP3 conversion set to 48 kHz and 320bps. This happens especially during loud portions of the song. Please help. Earlier versions did not have this problem!
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3.5
Evaminers
03 September 2012
Version: 1.5.6
Tried it. Very easy to use. But not stable sometimes. FYI, I use Noteburner to convert DRM videos from iTunes. It works well.
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RoyPDX
09 September 2011
Version: 1.5.4
Still crashes iTunes right after launch.
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Holypoly
08 September 2011
Version: 1.5.3
Version 1.5.4 released on Sep 08, 2011 Fix a bug may crash iTunes when converting audiobook file.
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4.5
Winet
06 August 2011
Version: 1.5.3
Super Software. Works best of all I have tried. Spend a lot of money with other, but this one is just doing a well job.
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4
RoyPDX
26 July 2011
Version: 1.5.3
Since 1.5.2, this app crashes iTunes while attempting to launch it.
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3.5
RoyPDX
24 July 2011
Version: 1.5.2
Since updating to 1.5.2, this app no longer works. It crashes iTunes continuously, and sadly, reverting back to the last version didn't fix this problem. I can't find the preference file for this app, so I can't trash it to see if that fixes it. I hope this gets fixed, since this is a great app.
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5
mrench01
17 February 2011
Version: 1.4.5
iTunes Converter works extremely well for me. For the way it work, (with no virtual CDR-W) it is fairly quick at converting files. I had about 300 legally purchased songs on iTunes that only 1 of my 4 authorized computers could play. I had changed my e-mail on file with iTunes several versions ago. When iTunes 10 came out all but 1 Mac could play these songs without the "Not Authorized" warning message. Installation was easy and I was able to test it with the free version first on just a couple of tracks. I have a 20" Aluminum iMac with the 2.66Ghz Core 2 Duo running Snow Leopard 10.6.6 and iTunes 10. iTunes converter works very well. I have just a couple of suggestions for the developer. Under the "add" songs tab of the main window, the application only shows the song title and artist. It doesn't show any other ID3 tag information. This makes it difficult to identify the songs needing converted in a large iTunes library. One work around for this little issue is to create a playlist in iTunes that has all the songs needing converted. The application shows all the current playlists from the "add" songs tab. So then you can ensure that only the songs the user wants to convert are indeed selected. I also suggest for anyone using this app to create a "temp" conversion folder on the desktop and not allow the application to replace or overwrite the original files. Just a safety margin in case anything goes wrong. While there are other apps that allow the conversion of songs from the stupid Apple FairPlay (or doesn't play) that may be cheaper, almost all of the other apps require a virtual CDR-W to be used to swap the songs. iTunes Converter doesn't need this as it uses other methods to achieve a better result IMHO. There are also free ways to do it too but in the time it takes you to figure out how use the free method iTunes Converter would be through quite a bit of songs needing to be converted. The time saved is worth it. Pros: 1) Acceptable speed of conversion. 2) Batch processing of songs to a nice choice of file formats and bit rates. 3) Works as advertised, keeps song info from ID3 and Cover Art from the originals. Cons: 1) Needs a couple of user interface fixes but nothing major to prevent use. 2) Could be faster. 3) Price is a bit steep. 4) The Help and Support information on the company website needs basic English Grammar corrections, but generally one can figure out what is being said. Overall I am very pleased. I think the Audio Quality that is achieved with iTunes Converter is superior to other methods and applications. iTunes Converter plays the song speed up 5x times and converts it on the fly. The app mutes the playback so you don't hear this while it's processing. Because of this method the application isn't converting to a CD Audio track and back to MP3. IMHO this results in a better quality MP3 in the end. The user can also select what the bit rate and quality of the MP3 is in the user Preferences. Almost 5 Stars form me but the application could use some User Interface polishing on the GUI. A good application to do what I needed. Convert my old iTunes DRM'd FairPlay songs from an old account that won't play on other authorized Macs on my home network. Worked 100%. No stability issues in Snow Leopard or iTunes 10.
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James-Shaw
27 June 2010
Version: 1.4.1
Is this App alive?? No comments since Dec '09 and not good.
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Jasonfandora
03 December 2009
Version: 1.3.1
Justs crashes on my setup. OSX10.6.2 and Macbook.
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Boni
05 August 2009
Version: 1.0.9
doesn't work. Asks for itunes to start, then crashes... Have to force it to stop.
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Furghella
03 August 2009
Version: 1.0.8
"... there are other free solutions out there" - Oh yes? Like what? I just did a pretty extensive search. I came up with a few options, NONE of which actually work. Does anyone know of a solutions that, you know, really works? -ff
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Scoops98
03 August 2009
Version: 1.0.8
There are free apps out there that will strip the DRM.
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waryuser
20 May 2009
Version: 1.0.6
Less than 133.33 songs to undrm? It's cheaper to just buy the iTunes Plus upgrade! Got more than 133.33 songs to undrm? It's totally worth it for the quality upgrade to pay for each song on the iTMS.
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razormaid2
08 April 2009
Version: 1.0.1
Has anyone gotten this to work? I tried like crazy to get the program to respond and look like the tutorial screen shots, but it just won't find anything that I paid for through iTunes - nothing, nada, zealch! I can't even get the window to match the screen shot. What I men by that is: there is no side panel view showing MUSIC, MOVIES, TV SHOWS, AUDIOBOOKS, etc.. like it shows in their examples. So how did they get them to show up? I even tried to use the "add file" function, even though "Drag & Drop" is used in every MAC software ever written - hoping maybe it could locate the AAC protected files, but it does not even show them at all. Not as available - I mean NOT AT ALL. Even clicking inside the few playlists I do see - three being for TV SHows and it only shows the one's I extracted via DVD through Mac The Ripper and encoded through Popcorn and Toast. Well hell, those don't need processing - I already did those. So how does it take the copy protect off files it can't see? Can someone enlighten me on that one? Let me guess... they want you to purchase it first THEN it all turns on? Right. I don;t think so. If it don't be workin' on the trial, then it no be workin', period. Joseph Watt Razormaid Productions
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Bluloo
13 January 2009
Version: 1.0
Nice idea but overpriced. Fit's the bill a bit better at about !/2 the current cost, especially given the potential loss of quality to one's tracks.
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hmurchison
12 January 2009
Version: 1.0
Bad timing. I think some people will love this app but $40 probably pays for a third of the tracks that I have that are iTunes+ upgradable. Sure $120 is expensive vs $40 but rather than undergoing a lossy process here I actually uprade the data given to my tracks. I'm holding out though in the the hopes that Apple lets me pick and choose which songs I want to move to iTunes + and then my price would literally drop to as low as half. Here's to a DRM free music world!
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Dumond
12 January 2009
Version: 1.0
$40 is a bit pricey, especially when: - there are other methods that can do this for free. - all 10 million songs available on iTunes will be DRM free by the end of this quarter.
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