As a comprehensive audio editing and MIDI sequencing application, Logic Pro X enables audiophiles to easily create mixed music tracks on most Apple devices. For macOS computer, it requires Mac 11 or later systems; For portable iDevices, need to run iOS 14.0 or later.
To inspire creativity, Logic Pro provides an increasing massive music source of plug-ins and sounds. And, of course, you can also add personal music to create a unique work. But how about importing Amazon Music to Logic Pro? Read on and you'll get a workaround.
Normally, Logic Pro X allows importing compressed audio files in AIFF, WAV, AAC, MP3 format, as well as the Apple Lossless. But till now, Amazon Music is still excluded, as it's made in encoded FLAC format, cannot directly add to the unauthorized DJ software.
To do so, you'll need to extract songs from Amazon Music to computer, while saving them as regular MP3, AAC, AIFF, WAV files. There're various recorders allowing this feature by now, and TuneBoto Amazon Music Downloader should be the most reliable one.
How to Add Amazon Streaming Music to Logic Pro X
If you require a high music quality for uploading to your Logic Pro software, TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter must be a perfect choice. TuneBoto commits to providing users with 100% original audio downloads for Amazon Music Unlimited & Prime Music. The music output quality is almost 1:1 the same as the native track. The most important is that, you can download your numerous Amazon playlists and podcasts to Mac computer in batch, and the conversion speed is much faster than the traditionals.
In the next part, we would like to show you how to download Amazon Music via TuneBoto and upload them to Logic Pro X on a macOS desktop. Make sure you've downloaded TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter and Logic Pro X on your computer before getting started.
Step 1 Download and Launch TuneBoto
After downloading and installing TuneBoto Amazon Music Recorder, just open it and you'll see the main interface as below. Log in to your music account as prompted.
Note: TuneBoto needs to work with an Amazon account. But don't worry, it will not take any other information from your account other than the songs.
Step 2 Choose the Support Music Format for Logic Pro
Click the icon "Setting", where you are able to choose your preferred conversion mode, output format, bit rate, and more. Remember to choose the Logic Pro X support music format: AIFF, WAV, AAC, MP3. Then close the window to apply changes.
Step 3 Add Amazon Music
Choose an Amazon track, playlist, or podcast, then click the button "+ Add" and you'll see a pop-up window will all selected music tracks listed.
Step 4 Download Amazon Music to Mac
Choose the Amazon Music tracks you want to download as local audios, and click "Convert Now". If you want to add multiple playlists, click "Save to list" to add more.
Tips: After exporting songs from Amazon Music to Mac, you can find out the well-recorded Amazon songs in plain music format by clicking the "History" button, or directly going to the output path you previously set.
Step 5 Import Amazon Music to Logic Pro X
Now, you've downloaded Amazon Music songs to Mac locally. Next, we can add them to Logic Pro with ease: Launch Logic Pro X on Mac computer, directly go to "File > Import > Audio File", locate the Amazon Music files, and click "Open". After that, Logic Pro will analyze the Amazon Music song and add it to the audio track.
So it's easy to move the Amazon playlist to Logic Pro, what you need to get prepared is to extract Amazon Music to your Mac as the open-source music files. By doing so, you can also add Amazon Music to all DJ software for music creating, or burn Amazon Music to CD for making a gift.
If only you need to extract streaming files from Amazon Music for different use, TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter is here to help. Designed with the advanced audio downloading core, you're able to get any songs from Amazon Music Unlimited & Prime Music offline on the local drive. What's more, TuneBoto will keep lossless quality for Amazon Music output, as well as the important ID3 tags. Just give it a shot!