How to download music to Apple Music
Apple Music has such a vast selection of music that you’d be hard-pressed to find something it doesn’t. However, if you have your own paid music files, you can download them to your Apple Music app to play them. This can be useful if some songs on Apple Music are not available due to regional licensing restrictions. Here’s how to download and add your music to Apple Music.
How to download and add your music to Apple Music (Windows and Mac)
If you have a Mac, you’ll need to open the Music app. If you have a Windows PC, you will need to download iTunes. So, to keep things simple, we’ll show you how to do it on the Mac Music app. You will be able to follow it if you use iTunes.
In the top menu, go to File > Import.
Navigate to the music folder located on your computer. click on OpenÂ to begin the import process. Remember that you can only import MP3 and M4A files. Other music formats such as FLAC are not currently supported.
The music will now start downloading in your Music app or iTunes. When it’s done, you’ll see it by clicking recently addedÂ or by searching for the artist/album.
Note that the music will have been copiedin your Music app or iTunes. As a result, these copies will now be in the subfolder Mediayour file Music. So you can delete or move the original files you downloaded, otherwise you will have two sets of the same music.
If you have any questions or suggestions, let us know in the comments. Also refer to this guide if you want to learn how to use Apple Music on Windows 10.