Sidify Apple Music Converter
GarageBand is a line of Apple's gateway DAW (digital audio workstations) for macOS and iOS, with which users are allowed to create multiple tracks with pre-made MIDI keyboards, pre-made loops, an array of various instrumental effects, and voice recordings. It is not only user-friendly for beginners, but also has many powerful and less-known features waiting for your digup.
As a digital audio workstation, GarageBand only accepts music you purchased from iTunes or other digital audio files including MP3, AAC, M4R, WAV, CAF, and AIFF. As for songs downloaded from Apple Music, you do not own them technically. So before you start, you can use Sidify Apple Music Converter to strip the restriction from Apple Music and convert the songs to audio files like MP3, AAC, WAV for fully compatible with GarageBand.
Now we are going to illustrate the guide on how to get songs from Apple Music to GarageBand on Mac or iPhone/iPad, so that you can create multiple tracks or podcasts without any limitation.
Step 1 After downloading and installing Sidify Apple Music Converter, launch the program and then you'll see the user-friendly interface of this Apple Music Converter. The program is compatible with Windows and Mac.
Step 2 Import Apple Music Tracks to Sidify
Click the "Add" button, and you'll see a pop-up dialog which shows you your entire iTunes library. Tick the audio files that you'd like to get as MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF/ALAC files and click "OK" button to add them to Sidify.
Step 3 Adjust Output Setting
Click the "Settings" button on the upper right. Here you can choose output formats (MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, ALAC), output quality (320kbps, 256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps) , output folder and how you like the audio files to be organized and so on. If you don't change the output path, the output audio files will be saved under the default folder.
Step 4 Start Conversion
After the conversion is done, you can find the converted audio files by clicking the "Converted" button or directly go to the output folder that you set in previous step. All ID3 tags, including artist, album, year, track number and genre, are preserved in the output audios.
With the simple steps above, you can get Apple Music songs on Mac and now you can start adding these files to GarageBand for creating your own music or movie project, or choose your favorite songs to create as ringtone directly on your iPhone.
Run GarageBand on Mac, then click button at the top-right corner of the interface and all audio files including the converted Apple Music files will be shown on the right panel, and you can choose any one from the panel to start composing.
Before start, you need to open iTunes on your computer to add these converted Apple Music songs to iTunes library. Open iTunes and go to "Menu" bar -> "File" -> "Add to Library" to import the converted Apple Music songs stored on your local computer.
Note: Click "Edit" > "Preferences" > "General" to check the box of "iCloud Music Library", and on your iPhone, please tap "iCloud Music Library" on, so that you can access the converted Apple Music on your iPhone or iPad via iCould Music Library.
Step 1: Launch GarageBand on iPhone or iPad, tap the button to open Tracks view, tap the Loop Browser button in the control bar, then tap "Music" tab to browse the converted Apple Music Songs.
Step 2: The converted Apple Music file would be shown on the list and you can drag & drop it to Tracks view. The greyed ones are protected Apple Music songs without conversion, and you are not allowed to add these music files to GarageBand.
With Sidify Apple Music Converter, now you can get songs from Apple Music to GarageBand on Mac or iOS machine easily. Just enjoy composing and gain more fun from your own creation.
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