Downloading music I already own…
If you bought it on Amazon you can download it for free. They sent me a link to all the music I ever bought from them.Posted 4 years agoTheArtistFormerlyKnownAsSTRSubscriber
+1 for Amazon – any device I own (a long as you have the Amazon MP3 app/are signed in) has 2 tabs – one for Amazon Cloud that has every album I’ve bought – either play online or click to d/l to whichever device you are on. The other tab is for music you’ve already d/l’ed to your device.
How it should be, eh Apple?Posted 4 years agowobbliscottMember
You should be able to map your Macbook to your XBox. I’ve got mine mapped to a NAS drive plugged into my router and store my iTunes music there and have no problems streaming to my Macbook and managing music to all my devices.
iTunes match looks good on the face of it and I was tempted but, you have to pay an annual subscription, and it replaces your Apple Lossless stuff with 256 mb/s stuff (though you could make a copy of your apple lossless stuff in a different location – but that just gets complicated).
And content from iTunes and Amazon is not DRM locked. You can transfer iTunes stuff to a non-Apple device and vica Versa.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
Just buy an external DVD drive for about £35, it what I use with my Mac Mini. I bought an end of line 2010 Mini, and had the optical drive removed and a second HDD installed, then bought a cheap external drive. Works perfectly, and you can unplug it when not needed. I won’t use Match for the reasons above, mine are ripped at 320Kb, which was optimum for me when my first PowerBook only had an 80Gb HDD, so I’ve stuck with it.Posted 4 years ago
I honestly can’t really tell those from lossless, but I’m not going to downgrade to 256Kb
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