Is it possible for me to sync music from Rhapsody with my iTunes so I can enjoy the downloaded music on my iPod? I purchased a subscription to Rhapsody to avoid downloading music illegally and now that I'm paying for the music, I'd like to take full advantage of it. -Aaron Warnick
After you download music from Rhapsody, can you transfer Rhapsody to iTunes and put it on your iPod? Many people ask me this question. My answer is certainly yes. Some Rhapsody songs can typically be imported into iTunes if you get them in MP3 files after purchased. However, chances are you'll fail to import certain Rhapsody files.
Don't worry. You can use Streaming Audio Recorder. It's an all-in-one Rhapsody to iTunes converter, helping you legally remove any restrictions in Rhapsody music and simultaneously transfer Rhapsody to iTunes effortlessly. I'll explain the process below.
1 Install this Rhapsody to iTunes converter
Download and install this smart app. This great app is available here.
2 Download Rhapsody to iTunes
Run this Rhapsody to iTunes converter to enter its main interface. Then hit the "Record" button on the top-left corner. Then play one Rhapsody song you want to transfer. Now, this smart app is recording the song. Once the song is over, the recording will stop at once.
Note: This app is designed to record audio through your computer sound card. So if you keep the Rhapsody song play smoothly during recording, you can get it with the original audio quality.
3 Transfer Rhapsody to iTunes
Go to this app's library to highlight the recorded Rhapsody song, and then click the "Add to iTunes" button in the bottom of the main interface. After a while, your iTunes will automatically launch, showing the Rhapsody song before your eyes. Now, if you want to continue to sync it to your iPod for entertainment on the go, just go ahead!
Note: To find where the Rhapsody songs are stored on your computer, just select the songs and right-click them to choose Open in Folder. After that, you can also manually transfer songs to iTunes by selecting "File"> "Add Folder to Library".