PostHeaderIcon How to convert DRM protected m4p music to mp3 wma wav with TuneClone

The music files you purchased from online music stores like iTunes, Yahoo Music or Wal-Mart are under DRM protection. You can not play them on your own mobile devices other than iPod and iPhone. However you can burn the protected music files to CD-R/RW disc to make an audio CD and then use some CD ripper software to convert the audio CD track back to MP3, WAV, WMA, etc.

TuneClone Audio Converter doesn’t bypass the DRM. It simulates the Burning, Ripping and Encoding process by installing a virtual CD burner. All you need to do is to burn your playlist with your media player software to TuneClone’s virtual CD Burner, and TuneClone will convert music files in the playlist automatically.

The following step by step tutorial is dedicated to instructing music lovers to enjoy M4P WMA music files from iTunes Store on other mobile devices, such as MP3 player, cell phone, Zune, BlackBerry, PSP, Creative Zen, etc., with TuneClone Audio Converter:

Step1 . Download TuneClone from and install it.

It is fully compatible with Windows XP and Vista. A virtual CD Burner will be installed. This virtual CD-RW will be used to convert music files.

Step2 . Set the default CD Burner to TuneClon CD-RW at iTunes. Click menu Edit , select menu item Preferences… , and then select Advanced Tab.

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In order to keep the artist and title information of the music, the Include CD Text option should be checked.

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Step 3. Create a playlist, and then add the files you want to convert into the playlist.

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Step 4 . Click Burn Disc button at the bottom right of the main screen of iTunes.

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While the burning gets started, TuneClone will automatically convert the music file to MP3, WMA or WAV. You can open the manager screen to show all the converted music files.

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The most important step is to choose the cd burner. Then the software can convert the music files automatically. It is exceedingly easy when you want to batch convert lots of files.

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10 Responses to “How to convert DRM protected m4p music to mp3 wma wav with TuneClone”

  • lazerer says:

    One of these program is Daninusoft Media Converter Pro which can remove iTunes DRM with its newest version (
    The reason I list it here is the newest version has modified its two major disadvantages compare with the former one:

    1. Be compatible with Vista OS.
    2. Supports all iTunes DRM files

    And with its original advantages:
    1. High conversion speed.
    2. Supports many other popular standard video and audio files.
    3. Friendly-use interface
    It could be a good choice for DRM remove and Media conversion.

  • bouillon says:

    I use an universal converter, Tunebite, it supports over 60 formats, audio and video, protected and unprotected, it also removes the DRM protection. Very easy to use and very helpful.

  • Juli says:

    A lot of people complain about the DRM found on music bought at the iTunes Music Store. This is quite natural, since iTunes is by far the biggest supplier of music files, and the only legal place to buy files that play on iPods. iTunes only allows you to upload the files to a few iPods, burn them to a few CDs, and play them on a few computers. And you can only upload files to YOUR iPods; If someone else’s iPod is set to play music from their account, the only way to put music from YOUR account into their iPod is to re-set that iPod to your account (which requires erasing all the music in it). And if you want to get music DOWN from an iPod, then this is basically impossible. So you need converter which help you to solve such drm-problem.

    One such program is Melodycan. All you have to do is open it, adjust the settings if you want, pick a back-up folder and start the conversion (maximum summary converting speed is 50x ). Nothing could be easier. If you have the latest version of this program and the right version of iTunes, though, you`ll haven`t any problems.

    What about iTunes-purchased videos? I heared that the only way to break the DRM on videos you buy at the iTunes Music Store (such as movies, music videos, and TV shows) is to use Melodycan.

    Essentially, it “watches” the movies you bought (if your computer is slow, it will go slower than real time, to

    make sure it captures every frame and synchs the sound properly), and records them into a new file that is not DRM’ed. You can change the settings so as to choose the format and properties (resolution, framerate, bitrate, compression algorithm) of the new file. I tried free trial and like conversion speed and quality.

  • terry007 says:

    I still prefer TuneClone. It is very professional, powerful yet easy to use. It can help to remove the DRM protection mechanism and convert both protected and unprotected music files with rather high quality and very fast speed by automatically generating a virtual CD burner.

  • dudude says:

    Apart from burning itunes music files(m4p, m4a) to mp3 wma wav, TuneClone is also a pretty good tool to convert music playlist on windows media player to mp3 files. Below are the detailed steps to burn WMA playlist to TuneClone’s virtual CD drive with Windows Media Player:
    How to convert WMA to MP3 with TuneClone

  • dudude says:

    I’ve downloaded several mp3 audiobooks. I am wondering how to import them into my itunes audiobook category. Any instruction is greatly appreciated!

  • GolaYing says:

    And the all in one media converter, convert any video music.

  • terry007 says:

    I’d stick with TuneClone as it applies the awesome virtual CD burning technology. Works like a champ.

  • franklino says:

    As the music in iTunes is encrypted with DRM, you cannot directly put it on any non-Apple MP3 player. The easiest way is to burn the music to an audio CD and then rip it back to Windows Media Player or a similar program as an MP3. Or you can get some software to help you. I use TuneClone to do this. Though not free, it is very well worth a try.

    Here is its step by step tutorial about how to get iTunes music converted to MP3.

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