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How do you download songs from LimeWire to an mp3 player instead of I tunes?
How to transfer songs from limewire to an mp3-download all the songs you want on limewire but before you do that hook up your mp3 or ipod then go to windows media player and go to sync device and pull up the empty sync list then click on 1 of your songs then press ctrl+a and it will select all of the songs then minimize windows media player then select all of your songs again hold drag until you get to the bottom were windows media player is. keep holding drag windows media player should pop up while your still holding drag then drag all of the songs to the sync list make sure you have enough space (it will say by the mp3 icon at the top) then press start sync. If an problems go wrong press stop sync.
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Yes but you need extra tool to remove iTunes DRM protection. I suggest Daniusoft Media Converter Pro.
From what I understand, you can not.
There are a few ways to conduct downloading Youtube videos to mp3. The best method I know of is to go to a called, typically, Youtube-to-mp3. Just use you search engine to fi…nd it and it will be the very first link (at least thats for google, not sure about other search engines). When you get to the page there will be a space where you paste a video link into there and it will transfer it into an mp3 file to download, (it doesn't usually take over 5 seconds). Just find the song you want to download on youtube and when you are on the page that lets you view the song, copy the URL from THAT PAGE into the youtube-to-mp3 converter page. Tips: Make sure you get the url of a good quality video with a good quality audio. Also, note that this method is generally best used for downloading a few songs at a time. If you want to download albums i suggest using utorrent to download them as you can pretty much download full albums at once. Hope this helps :)
This is a really generic question. There are many sites to download MP3s from, all of which require you to pay for them (if they're legal). http://www.redigi.com | Mixed q…uality, average cost of $.59/song, and you can store your downloads for life. These are "used" MP3s. A portion of the profits go back to the author and the record company. http://www.itunes.com | May contain DRM. Average price of $.99/song. Profits go to the record company (and then may go to the author). http://www.musedic.com | All about the same quality (high). Average cost of $.09/song, but you can only download and save your songs two or three times. And a portion of the profits go directly to the author (not the record company). Good luck! Edit: MP3 Palace used to be a good site for cheap MP3s, but I can't find the link any longer. If anyone has it, please post.
ITunes or Napster. They generally charge around 99 cents per song.
go to meep.com and download it
Download Limewire first, then on the application find what song you are searching for and click on it after you find your search. Song should be on the app.
This is only for PC Find a song that you like on youtubeMake a tabIn the tab, go to Google.comOn google, search youtube to mp3Click on the link that says youtube to mp3 conver…ter; There is only one legit websiteGo back to the youtube tab, and click on the song, so that it is playingOnce it is playing copy the address bar, or where it says http://Click over to the other tab with the converter, then delete the code in the box in the middle of the screen, and paste your address bar code in itPress convertThere will be a box that will show up that will ask you if you want to save it, or download it, save itthere will be a box in the lower right corner of your screen that pops up; it is a save box, save the song somewhere that you can find it easilyPress saveAfter it is done saving, the box will disappearMinimize all of your other websites, and open itunes, or another music saving areaGo to your files, and find the song, drag it to your itunes menu, or other song libraryFor itunes, plug your ipod, or mp3 player in, and press sinc, for any other program, the song should already be on your music playerthat's it
iTunes has its own format, so really, you can't.What i do is download "froustwire"; it's free and legal to download the songs I want. Make a playlist, then put the playlist in… "my music" and/or "my playlist".Go to Windows Media Player and the playlist will be there. Plug in your Sansa mp3 player in the USB slot and burn the songs onto it. Another way (that I think is easier) is as follows: Go onto iTunes, Go to Edit, Click Preferences, Advanced, Import Using:-MP3 Encoder. Now, all of the songs that you buy on iTunes should change to an mp3 format. Plug in your Sansa mp3 Player in the USB slot, and download the songs that you want. *tip- if it doesn't work, then that might mean that the song that your downloading was bought before you changed the settings. I know, it's not the best, is it? Good Luck!
There are a number of websites where MP3's can be downloaded for free. These include Free MP3 Like, MP3 Skull, Last and up-musics.com. Another option is the visit the webs…ites of favorites bands as sometimes there are free downloads there as well.
Answer This is probably because you are loading songs on it that have formats the MP3 player itself cannot read. Read the manual for your MP3 player thoroughly.… It should explain what file types it supports- e.g., wma, MP3, ram, whatever.. When you download songs, be sure it is saving it as the correct file format, that which is compatible with your MP3 player. If your MP3 player came with some form of conversion software, it may require its own file format. This means you will have to convert the song you want into the MP3 player's format within the software, before you can transfer it to the MP3 player. Many extensive ones like iPod's, Sandisk e280's, etc. do require it. If nothing else, contact the manufacturer and ask some questions. They will be able to help you step by step.
= Answer = Macintosh 1) Open Limewire 2) Go to 'Limewire' in the taskbar at the top (By the apple logo) 3) Choose Preferences 4) Go to iTunes… on the left 5) Enable iTunes importing :) Windows (Should switch to mac) 1) Open LImewire 2) Go to Help or File at the top of the window 3) Choose Preferences 4) go to iTunes 5) Enable iTunes importing :) 6) Open iTunes and Allow admin commands to import. l
You have to click on the song then it will take you to another page, listen to the song then click download to my computer. Then plug your Ipod or mp3 and transfer it. Or you …can put it in you i tunes.
Sony mp3 players tend to be only compatible with PC (windows-based computers). Make sure you have one of those, first! If any discs came, install them! Most of the time you pl…ug in a cable and your computer recognizes the device. It might turn on automatically when plugged in, but if it doesn't, turn it on. If you're looking for a specific source, downloading programs such as "Kazaa" or "Ares" have a "Shared Folder" in which your songs are stored. These should be dragged to the folder or source that opens when you plug in your device. It should be mentioned some of the Sony MP3 Players require you to use special software and likely you can't just drag and drop in windows explorer like we would all hope and expect. The one i have experience with is 1gb that plays MP3 , WMA , WAV , ATRAC3 , ATRAC3plus, has an FM tuner and built in USB plug. You should be able to use most any app that support portable devices for example in Windows Media player you go through your playlist or add the songs you want to a playlist then click SYNC at the top right click the song you want and click 'Add to Sync' then when your done selecting click START SYNC. You may have to add your music collection to WindowsMediaPLAYER if you're like me you never use it. I THINK Winamp and Sonic will let your SYNC your player but i am quite sure iTunes will not.
There's nothing illegal about copying songs from CD's you have purchased or paid downloads to an MP3 player for your own personal listening. The legal issue arises when someon…e attempts to profit from on-selling or unauthorized distribution of songs. Connect your MP3 device to your computer, usually through a USB cable or Bluetooth connection. Go to the drive and folder where your songs are stored and copy/paste to the MP3 player. If the songs are on a CD, import the CD into your music player program (like Windows Media Player and iTunes) in MP3 format. Then go the drive and folder where your songs are stored and copy/paste to the MP3 player.
If you have the songs on your computer already in mp3 form then relatively easy. Just use a usb cable to connect your mp3 player to your computer then go to my computer then c…lick on the usb drive and open your music folder. Highlight/ select the files you want to transfer then drag the files into the usb drive folder and wait for the transfer. Remove usb safely by right clicking on the drive file and selecting remove safely.