- Adding Music from the iTunes Store
- Adding Music from Apple Music
- Adding Music from Your Computer
- Adding Music from CDs
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Adding Music from the iTunes Store
Purchasing music from the iTunes Store
If you know what song or album you want, you can purchase it from the iTunes Store. Once you find the item that you want, just click the Buy button to buy it.
You can also preview songs before you buy them by clicking the Preview button. Once you’ve found something that you want to buy, just click the Buy button to buy it. The cost of each song or album is shown next to the Buy button.
If you’re not sure what music you want, try browsing the iTunes Store’s various sections:
-Featured: This is where Apple spotlights different artists, genres, and more.
-Top Charts: See what music people are buying and streaming the most.
-Genres: Explore different genres of music.
-Releases: See new albums that have been released recently.
-Browse: Browse by artist, genre, or featured playlist.
Adding music to your library from the iTunes Store
If you have apple music subscription you can add songs, albums, playlists, and music videos from apple music catalog to your library. If you don’t subscribe to Apple Music or want to buy music from the iTunes Store, you can add songs and music videos.
Before you can add anything to your library, you need to sign in with apple id and password.
To add a song, album, or music video:
1. Find the item that you want to add in apple music app or iTunes Store app.
2. Tap or click the price to buy the item.
3. If you’re asked if you want to use an apple id or create a new one, make sure that it’s the same ID that you use with Apple Music*.
4. After your purchase completes, find the item in Your Library.
To add a playlist:
1. Find the playlist that you want to add in the Apple Music app or iTunes Store app.
2. Tap or click Follow.
3. If prompted, enter your password for your Apple ID*. The playlist is added to Your Library.
Adding Music from Apple Music
You can add music to your Apple Music library in a few different ways. One way is to purchase songs or albums from the iTunes Store. You can also add music from your own collection by Importing. You can also add music that you’ve already ripped from CDs or that you’ve downloaded from other sources. All of these methods are pretty easy to do, so let’s get started.
Adding music to your library from Apple Music
There are two ways to add music to your Apple Music library:
1) If you find a song in the Apple Music catalog that you want to add to your library, you can do so by tapping the “+ADD” button next to the song.
2) If you’ve added an artist or album to your Apple Music library that you want to save permanently, you can do so by tapping the “…” button next to the artist or album, then tapping “Add to My Music.”
Adding music to your library from the For You section
In the For You section, you can find new music to add to your library. To do this, follow these steps:
1. Tap the For You tab.
2. Tap , then tap Add to Library.
3. To add a complete album or playlist, tap +ADD. If you want to add only certain songs, tap OPEN in the album or playlist, then tap next to the songs that you want to add.
You can also add songs that you’ve previewed without adding them to your library. Just tap next to the song, then tap Add. Songs that you’ve added are saved in your Recently Added playlist for 2 weeks.
Adding Music from Your Computer
You can drag and drop music into your Apple Music library from your computer. This is a quick and easy way to add music to your library if you have a bunch of songs that you want to add at once. You can also add music to your library by clicking the Add File button in the Apple Music app.
Adding music to your library from your computer
You can add music to your library from your computer using iTunes. Once you add music to your library, you can access it on all of your devices that have iCloud Music Library turned on.
If you use Apple Music and iCloud Music Library, you can access all of your music on all of your devices. If you only want to sync certain songs or albums, you can subscribe to Apple Music and add items to your music library from the Apple Music catalog.
Adding music to your library from your iTunes library
You can add music to your Apple Music library in a few different ways. You can buy music from the iTunes Store, or you can import music from CDs or other sources into iTunes on your Mac or PC.
If you have an iPhone, iPad, ipod touch you can also import music from those devices to your computer.
You can use these methods to add any type of audio file to your Library, such as MP3s and AACs.
Adding Music from CDs
If you ripped CDs in the past, you might be surprised to find that the music files are no longer in your Music folder. That’s because the music files are now stored in the Apple Music app. In this article, we’ll show you how to add music to your Apple Music library.
Adding music to your library from a CD
You can use the Music app on your Mac to import songs from CDs.
To add songs to your music library from a CD:
1. Insert the CD into your computer’s CD or DVD drive, or connect your external drive to your computer.
2. If the Music app doesn’t open automatically, open it.
3. If a dialogue box appears, click Yes.
4. The CD appears in the sidebar on the left, under Devices. If you don’t see it, click Devices in the sidebar.
5. Select the CD, then click Import at the top of the window.
6. If you’re prompted, choose whether to import the songs in MP3 or AAC format, then click OK.
7. Songs on the CD are imported and appear in your music library.
Adding music to your library from the iTunes Store
If you have an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Open the iTunes Store app.
Tap More > Purchased.
Find the song or album that you want to download, then tap it.
To preview a song before you buy it, tap the price.
To download an album, tap . To download a song, tap . After you buy a song or album from the iTunes Store, it’s automatically downloaded to your Apple Music Library on your device; if you have Automatic Downloads turned on for music, it might also be downloaded to your devices and computers.