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One thing I've never understood about buying music on line, if you buy a song, why do you not then save it to your PC? You have to download it to hear it, so why not have a program like Audacity running in the background to save the song for your future enjoyment?
Well, the music is sold through CDBaby. I know they submitted it to Amazon (I can see it there), but I don't know whether it was also submitted to iTunes.uncle mark wrote: ↑Mon Feb 11, 2019 10:04 pmSeems odd to me that they could be selling your music there and you not know about it one way or the other.
No, you can't. The only way I managed to do that is by creating a Windows VM, install iTunes there and only then I've been able to.
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