Apple iTunes is a useful tool for consolidating your music collection and then transferring it to an iPod so that you can listen to your favorite tracks while on the move. In addition to importing songs from audio CDs, and downloading music from the iTunes Store, you can also download audio tracks from the Internet, and import them into your iTunes music library.
Launch your Web browser. Navigate to the download page for the song you want to add to Apple iTunes.
Click the "Download" link. When prompted, select "Save" or "Save As" from the dialog box. Choose a download location on your computer. The default location is usually the "Downloads" library folder.
Launch Apple iTunes from the desktop screen or desktop taskbar.
Click "Add File to Library" on the iTunes menu if you want to add a single track to the iTunes music library. Click "Add Folder to Library" if you want to add all tracks in a folder to the library.
Find the downloaded file or folder and double-click it to import it into iTunes. Apple iTunes will add the tracks to its music library.
Tips & Warnings
- You can import audio files in a range of formats to Apple iTunes. These include Apple Lossless, MP3, WAV, AIFF and AAC files. Apple iTunes can also convert WMA files into a playable format.
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