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 songs to TuneCable, select MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, AIFF, or ALAC as the output file, and then click to convert.
Step 1. Open TuneCable iMazon Recorder on your Mac and select a working mode. Go to the "Register" section in the lower left corner and you will see the registration dialog as the following picture shows.
Step 2. Then copy and paste the registration Email and Code you receive in the email into the registration dialog, and click on "Register".
Note: The registration info is case-sensitive. And, please do not add a blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
TuneCable iMazon Recorder supports both the Amazon Music app and the web player to work. The biggest difference between them is that the app mode requires the Amazon Music app and saves up to Ultra HD at 1x to 5x the speed, while the web player mode works by accessing the built-in Amazon Music web player and retains HD quality at 10x fast speed. Just pick mode as needed. In this part, we will show the two operations respectively.
Step 1. After selecting to use the Amazon Music app on the primary page, TuneCable will enter the app mode, and the Amazon Music app would be opened automatically. You need to log in to your Amazon Music account.
Step 2. Go to the "Settings" section in the lower left corner, there you can see the settings panel. Select an output format, sound quality, output path, name output files and classify the files using the provided options. TuneCable has quite flexible settings and provides lots of options.
If you would like to download Amazon Music tracks with the original format and sound quality saved, you may select 'Auto' as the output format. TuneCable will save up to Ultra HD quality. Besides, selecting 'Amazon Music Record' as the conversion mode is suggested.
Step 3. Move to the Amazon Music app, navigate to and open the songs, albums, playlists, or podcasts you want to download, click and hold on to the title, and drag and drop it to TuneCable. The program will then parse and display the tracks. All the available tracks are selected by default. You can deselect the tracks you are not going to save. Then hit on the "Add" button. If you would like to add more songs, simply repeat this step.
Step 4. After adding all your target tracks, click the "Convert" button and TuneCable would immediately start converting the Amazon Music to the target format at a fast speed.
Step 5. When the conversion is finished, you can click the "Converted" tab to get the successfully converted music files from Amazon Music.
Step 1. If you don't have an Amazon Music app, you can use Amazon Music web player. Select to use the web player, and TuneCable will enter the web player mode, followed by the web player occurs as an independent window. Sign in to your Amazon Music account to access its library.
Step 2. After signing in, head to the "Settings" section, where you can change the output format, sound quality, output path, etc. Here are all the available options under the web player mode.
It is suggested to choose 'Auto' as the output format, which will inform TuneCable output music with the source format and original quality (up to HD). Besides, if you want to save track lyrics, remember to check the box.
Step 3. Browse the Amazon Music web player and open your favorite songs, playlists, albums, and podcasts. Click on "Click to add" and TuneCable will load the songs. Pick your target songs and select "Add" to add them to TuneCable. If you want to add more songs, repeat this step.
Step 4. After adding all the songs, simply click on "Convert" to start the conversion immediately. And TuneCable will proceed with the songs at up to 10x the speed.
Step 5. When the conversion is complete, you can go to the "Converted" column to check your download history.
TuneCable iMazon Recorder is a comprehensive program more than an Amazon Music downloader, it can do more than download Amazon tracks. And it provides several handy tools for you. Let's look at the tools and how to use them.
Format Converter is a tool that can help you convert your local audio files into MP3, M4A, FLAC, WAV, OGG, and AIFF, and output the files with specific sound quality and channel.
Step 1. Head to the Format Converter interface, and directly drag and drop your local files to TuneCable. You can use the "+Add" button to browse and choose the desired songs. The supported source file types are MP3, M4A, M4B, WAV, FLAC, OGG, AIFF, and M4R.
Step 2. Move to the right sidebar and select an output format. Additionally, you can adjust the sound quality, channel, and output path as needed. After that, hit on "Convert" to convert the format.
Tag Edit is a tool that allows you to add tags to your local audio files or modify the ID3 tags of the converted Amazon audio files.
Step 1. Open the Tag Edit tool on TuneCable. To upload the desired files, click the "+Add" button or drag them right into the free space. If you would like to modify the ID3 tags of the converted Amazon songs, go to the "Converted" tab, select the target songs, and choose "Edit Tag" after clicking on the four-square icon above the songs.
Step 2. After uploading or selecting, TuneCable will smartly identify and recognize the tags. You can change the Artwork, Title, Artist, Album, Genre, Year, and Track Number to your preference. Then click on "Save" to confirm the changes.
Let's check the detailed steps to convert AA/AAX audiobooks to M4A, M4B, and MP3 formats.
Step 1. In the left panel of TuneCable, head to "Converted > AA/AAX Converter".
Step 2. Hit on the "Add" button to import audiobooks from Mac. Select preferred options of the output format, quality, and saving path, and then start the conversion.
Apart from the previous two tools, TuneCable offers you the simple operation to export the converted Amazon Music songs to your Music on Mac. In this case, you don't have to find the output folder or import them to iTunes with redundant steps.
Step 1. After the conversion is complete, go to the "Converted" module, select your target songs, click on the four-square icon, and select "Export to Music".
Step 2. A popup will then occur. You can name this playlist as you wish. Next, click on the "Start exporting" button to begin the transfer.