We've already shown you how to convert entire Apple Music playlist from M4P to common audio formats and without much saying, you are no longer be restricted to listen to Apple Music on iTunes or Apple devices only. This time let's talk about how to burn Apple music playlists to a CD via iTunes. By doing so, you can enjoy Apple music when you're in your car or on a stereo system that doesn't support music-streaming.
However, there're different types of discs in iTunes such as Audio CDs, MP3 CDs and Data CDs. If you want to create a CD that can play on MP3-capable CD player or your computer, then all the songs on it must be in MP3 format. So it makes necessary to convert the songs in other formats to MP3 before you burn them to a CD. To get this job done efficiently, you can use Apple Music Converter which is safe, professional and powerful.
Part 1 How to Convert Apple Music to MP3
Apple Music Converter is fully compatible with iTunes so you are able to preview all iTunes playlists through this program directly. It's capable of converting Apple Music and audio AA/M4B file to popular formats such as MP3, M4A, WAV, AAC, and more. It supports up to 16X conversion speed which allows you to get the job done quickly.DownloadDownload
Launch Apple Music Converter on PC, and within seconds iTunes will be started automatically. Go to "Refresh" to update the iTunes playlist. After that, select the music you want to burn to CD after previewing..
Go to "Output" to choose MP3 as the output format and select a destination folder for saving the converted files on PC.
Now click on "Convert" and the program will starting converting the playlist to MP3 format immediately.
Note: When conversion is finished, you need to create a playlist in iTunes to store the songs you want to burn to CD. After that, add the songs to iTunes playlist by dragging the items to it.
Part 2 How to Burn Apple Music to CD
Step 1. Insert a blank disc to PC. And then select a playlist and go to "File" > "Burn Playlist to Disc".
Step 2. Finish the burn settings: select disc format, preferred speed, gap between songs, etc. Finally, go to "Burn" to start burning songs to CD.
When the burning is complete, you can eject the disc and try it out in your CD player to be sure it plays. With your favorite Apple music now playing on your stereo, life becomes a lot more entertaining, isn't it? Have fun burning Apple Music to CDs!