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Final Cut Audio Editing: Use Apple Music in Final Cut Pro

Wilson Kent
BY Wilson Kent   
LAST UPDATED: Apr. 02, 2017

Are you using Final Cut Pro to edit videos? Do you have troubles importing Apple Music to Final Cut Pro? Why it doesn't work when you drag the Apple Music songs to the timeline? No worries. This guide will show you how to fix these problems.

Since Apple Music is protected by DRM, those Apple Music files can be only played for personal use on Apple's platform, which is very limited. In order to import Apple Music onto your Final Cut video project, you must get rid of the DRM protection beforehand.

Apple Music Converter for Mac is a professional audio converter which is specially designed for Apple Music. It can convert DRM-ed Apple Music files to MP3 easily. After the conversion, you can import any Apple Music song you got to Final Cut Pro.

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Apple Music Converter – Best Audio Converter for Apple Music

Use Apple Music Converter to convert any Apple Music to MP3, then import the MP3 audio files to final cut.


How to Import Apple Music to Final Cut Pro / Pro X?

Step 1. Open Apple Music Converter

After launching Apple Music Converter, you can see that the Apple Music playlist has been synced to the program. Now choose any song in the playlist to get ready for the conversion.

Launch Apple Music Converter
Step 2. Customize Output Format and Output Folder

In the "Setting" tab on the bottom of the interface, you can select your output audio format as MP3. Also, you can set output path as you like.

Select Output Format Mac
Step 3. Get the MP3 Files

When you finish customization, click on "Convert" button to start converting. All of the selected files would be converted one by one. After conversion, click the "Explore Files" button to find the output audios in your PC.

Converting Apple Music Mac
Step 4. Add Music/Audio to Final Cut Pro

Now you got the converted Apple Music files (.mp3 files). Now you would have no problem adding the audio files to Final Cut. For detailed guide, please visit: Final Cut Pro X: Add music and sound to a project. What are you waiting for? Download the free trial version below and have a try!

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