iTunes is a popular media player and management program from Apple. If you have music in your iTunes library that you want to listen to on a CD, you can use iTunes to copy the songs to a CD. Here’s how:
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In the past, if you wanted to share your iTunes music with a friend or burn it to a CD, you had to use a third-party program like FairPlay or Tuneclone. But now, with the latest versions of iTunes, you can do this natively without any extra software. Here’s how.
What you need
To copy music from iTunes to a CD, you will need:
-A blank CD
-iTunes (of course)
-A computer with a CD burner
-Music files in iTunes that you want to copy to the CD
Copying music from iTunes to a CD
You can burn songs from your iTunes library to CDs to play in your car, make a mix for a friend, or create backup discs. First, insert a blank CD into your computer’s CD burner. Next, open iTunes and select the “Burn Disc” button near the top of the window. iTunes will ask you whether you want to use MP3 or audio CDs; for this tutorial, we will select audio CDs.
Now drag the songs that you want to copy from your iTunes library into the “Burn Disc” window. You can add as many songs as will fit on the disc; iTunes will automatically adjust the order of the songs so that they fit. Finally, click “Burn” and iTunes will begin copying the music to your CD.
Tips for copying music from iTunes to a CD
If you have a large music library, you may want to consider copying your music from iTunes to a CD. This can be a great way to create a backup of your music collection, or to share your music with others. Here are a few tips to help you get started:
1. Choose the songs you want to copy to a CD. You can do this by creating a playlist in iTunes, or by selecting individual songs.
2. Insert a blank CD into your computer’s CD drive.
3. Choose the “Burn” option in iTunes and select your desired burning settings.
4. Sit back and relax while iTunes copies your music to the CD!
Now that you know how to copy music from iTunes to a CD, you can create your own music CDs to listen to at home or in the car. You can also use this process to create backup copies of your favorite CDs in case they get damaged or lost.