To listen to music, I bet most of us own an iPod, which is the most popular MP3 player in the world, while there is a litter problem, which is the songs in iTunes are generally protected by DRM to protect the copyrights of music companies. But sometimes, we don’t need the DRM protection, so how to remove it?
To enjoy the music with no protection, all we need is good software which can help us do that. Aimersoft Music Converter is a pretty good free drm converter among all those results you can find in Google, it not only can remove DRM from iTunes, it’s also appropriate for other music media like Windows Media Center, Napster, Zune MarketPlace, Napster, Rhapsody, Nokia Music Store, Spiralfrog, Bearshare, eMusic, Puretracks, MusicGiants and so on. Considering of most people are using iTunes to listening to music, so I guess the most thing you want is how to use iTunes resources fully.
We can begin with the following steps.
Step 1: Install the free trial and run program on your PC, and you will see the screenshot as shown. Then click the "Add" button or drag&drop to load the target iTunes music files into the program.
Step 2: Select the output format from the "Convert to" drop-down list and click the "Browse" button to set the destination folder to save the output songs. You can also click the "Setting" button to custom the music if you want.
Step 3: After all the settings done, click the big round "Start" button to start removing DRM from iTunes music.
Done! Moreover, the software we are using right now not only can remove DRM from all kinds of music media, it also can convert one music format to another, like aax to mp3, some formats are not used often, for example, M4A, WMA, AC3, WAV, OGG, APE, FLV, FLAC, AIFF, MKA, etc, if someday we download a file in one of these formats and find out that it can’t be played in our players, then we can use this software to convert it to MP3, which almost can be supported by all the players.
The features of this software, I mean why use this one since there are a bunch of similar tools we can find in Google, well, first, whether Apple's "FairUse" DRM mechanism or Microsoft's "Play for Sure" DRM system, it can solve them out by keeping the original quality. Then, a question that most people will concern, which is if the software is legal, about this, you really don’t need to worry, because there is no trouble you will get for using it.
Now you know how to enjoy the free recourses completely, of course, this is what we all want. Later if you want to play iTunes music on other players, try to remove the DRM protection as I said in this article.