Tutorial on NoteCable Atunes Music Converter for Mac
Step 1:Launch NoteCable Atunes Music Converter on Mac desktop. Then tap the tab to open the registration window as below.
Step 2: Then copy and paste the registration Email and Code you received into the registration popup window. Therefore you will be fully unlock the features of converters.
Note: The registration information is case-sensitive. And, please do not add a blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
Specific Steps to Download Music with NoteCable Atunes Music Converter
Step 1: Run NoteCable Atunes Music Converter on your Mac. On the front page, tap into 'Open Apple Music Web Player' entrance and then log in to your Apple Music account.
Note: NoteCable Atunes Music Converter will not take any information out of your account.
Step 2:You will need to do some customization settings before putting songs to convert. Click on the button on the upper right corner to customize the output settings: Output Format (Auto/MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF), Output Quality (320kbps, 256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps) and Output Path. If necessary, do choose your country/region that you are from.
Note:The "Auto" output format means to be the original audio format that will be decoded after conversion.
For better organizing your music library, you can save the output audio files into the folders sorted out by Artist, Album, Artist/Album, or Album/Artist. In addition, NoteCable Atunes Music Converter allows you to customize the name of the output files and save the output audio files in the same order as the original playlist.
Step 3: Now, visit into a playlist, artist, album or podcast, then click on the Add to list button. NoteCable Atunes Music Converter will list the playlist songs in a conversion panel wher you are suppose to select the songs that you'd like to convert.
Step 4: After songs selection, click on the "Convert" button to start converting the Apple songs to the output format you chose.
Step 5: After the conversion is completed, you can click on to find the well-converted music from the local drive.