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DRM Audio Converter: Break DRM on Protected Audio & Enjoy Them Anywhere

Zoey Wesson
BY Zoey Wesson   
LAST UPDATED: Feb. 28, 2017
Sure, you can buy unprotected music now from stores like Amazon, Rhapsody, and even iTunes. But what if you still have DRM-based tracks in your library? How to liberate them from DRM restriction once and for all? Read on and I will show you how to take ownership of your protected M4P, WMA, AAX, AA and other popular protected audios.

What is DRM Removal?

Once you've de-DRM your Apple Music, iTunes music or Audible audiobooks, you will be able to make a copy of them as personal use. And you will be able to convert them to any format you like and enjoy them on any device you have. Most importantly, these audio files will never be taken away from you – you can keep what you bought forever.

Remove iTunes DRM with Apple Music Converter

Apple Music Converter, true to its name, it is a program that can strip DRM off protected Apple Music songs and convert them from one format to another. Besides Apple Music, it can also remove DRM protection from iTunes music, Audible AA/AAX files, etc. It's a DRM audio converter that features a user-friendly design and powerful DRM removal. It can even extract audio files from iTunes movies, TV shows and Podcasts with no quality loss. Just add the tracks you want to convert, choose and output format and folder, and click "Convert". Then the DRM removal mission is done.

Apple Music Converter – DRM Audio Converter for iTunes Media

It can kill DRM from audios downloaded, purchased or rented from iTunes. It can convert DRM-locked iTunes music, Apple Music, and audiobooks to different audio formats.


Step 1. Download, install and run Apple Music Converter on the computer.

Step 2. Preview and go to "Library" to select the Apple Music songs you want to convert to MP3, AC3, FLAC, etc. You can convert more than one items at a time.

Step 3. Select an output format and output destination from "Output Settings". It allows you to customize the output parameter like sample rate, codec, channels, etc. before conversion.

Step 4. Click on "Convert" button to start converting Apple Music to your selected output format.

DRM Audio Converter for iTunes Media

Break DRM on Audios Purchased from iTunes, Amazon, Audible, etc.

DRM Media Converter, a DRM audio converter that can strip DRM protection from video and audios downloaded or bought from Amazon, iTunes, Windows Media Center, Zune, Audible, etc. One of its impressive features is that it can break DRM protection on audiobooks and music in various formats, such as AA/AAX from Audible, WMA from Overdrive and subscripted WMA music from Napster, Pandora, Zune, iMesh and more. Most importantly, it can convert both DRM-ed and DRM-free audio/video files to all popular formats.

DRM Media Converter – Convert DRM-protected AA/AAX/WMA to DRM-free MP3

It is good at removing DRM protection from both videos and audios downloaded or purchased from iTunes, Windows Media Center, Zune Marketplace, BBC iPlayer, Xbox Live Store, etc.


Step 1. Launch DRM Media Converter and click on "Add" button to import the audio files into the program.

Step 2. Choose output format and output destination from the given options.

Step 3. You can set the audio parameters like sample rate, channel, encoder and bitrate for your output audios.

Step 4. Click on "Start" button to begin converting DRM audio to your selected format.

Convert DRM-protected AA/AAX/WMA to DRM-free MP3

Mission accomplished! Now what's yours is yours and you can enjoy your music or audiobooks on any device you like. Both Apple Music Converter and DRM Media Converter can convert DRM-locked audios files from one format to another. Both of these two DRM audio converters have free trial versions, you can download and give them a try.


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