Easy-to-use software is TuneCable iMazon Recorder for Mac. To download Amazon Music to your local computer, simply launch the software, add Amazon Music to TuneCable, select MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, or ALAC as the output file, and then click Convert.
Step 1. Open TuneCable iMazon Recorder. Click on the Key icon in the upper right corner and you will see the registration window as below.
Step 2. Then copy and paste the registration Email and Code into the registration popup Window.
Note: The registration info is case-sensitive. And, please do not add a blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
Step 1. Run Amazon Music Converter on Mac and the Amazon Music app would be opened automatically.
Step 2. Drag & drop a song, an album, or a playlist from the Amazon Music app to TuneCable. Check the Amazon Music that you'd like to convert to MP3 and then click OK.
Step 3. Click on the Settings icon in the upper right corner. Here you can choose the Output Format (MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF/ALAC), the Output Quality (256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps), and Output Path if needed. Please select MP3 as the output format here.
The converted files can be sorted by Artist, Album, Artist/Album, or Album/Artist to help you better organize your music collection.
Step 4. Click the Convert button and TuneCable would immediately start converting the Amazon Music to MP3 format.
Step 5. When the conversion is finished, you can click the Converted tab to get the successfully converted MP3 version of Amazon Music.
From the "Tools" menu, pick the "Format Converter" option. Direct dragging and dropping is an option, as is selecting the "Add" button in the top left corner to choose the desired song. The supported file types are MP3, M4A, FLAC, WAV, OGG, and AIFF. Additionally, you can adjust the sound quality, channel, and output path as needed.
From the "Tools" area, click the "Edit Tags" icon. To choose the desired file, click the "Add" button or drag it right into free space. You can change the artwork, title, artist, album, genre, year, and track number in the tags of your local music file or converted song.