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Transfer Music from Itunes to SonicStage.


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I've just recently bought some songs from itunes and need to convert them so i can get them on my SonicStage so then i can put them on my Mp3 player. Anyone got any idea's to how i can do it?
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Use a converter. One I'd recommend is this:

http://www.download.....html?tag=lst-5

Haven't tried it out yet though as all the songs I buy are MP3's and I don't need any converting.

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Okay, I'll give it a try, thank you very much.
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Also, I think songs from iTunes is DRM-protected, but I don't buy songs from there, so I don't know... Would you be kind enough to provide information on whether they are DRM-protected? Thanks.

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I believe they are, because I've tried every way of moving music from itunes and it doesn't work. All i can do i put song's on itunes. Kind of sucks...but yea, thats life.
Thank you for your help.
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If you are really into music, you could buy the songs from AOL or in real life from record stores as they are not protected, though I'm not sure whether AOL Music gives you DRM-protected songs. CD's don't have DRM, I think. You can use CD rippers to rip the songs, then put it onto your MP3 player.

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Let's just leave it at, i don't like paying for music...even though i'm really into music. Mostly small band's though. I find most my music from myspace.
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