TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac
Convert M4P to MP3, M4A to MP3, AAC to MP3 via virtual CD burning
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- TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac 2.3.0 was released on Jan 15, 2012!
- TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac 2.2.0 was released on Jun 14, 2011!
- TuneClone Audio Converter for Mac 2.0.0 was released on Jun 2, 2011!
TuneClone Mac Guides
"If you have lots of music, you might need a big pile of CDs to convert everything with the "burn and rip" method above. That's where software can help. A "virtual CD drive" such as TuneClone can simulate a real CD burner, eliminating the need for real CD-R discs. -- Bob
"I've been waiting a long time to 'free my iTunes' to use on my Walkman mobile phone, and the only way I could do it before was to burn to CD then rip back again. A very lengthy process, which normally ended up full of faults and a lot of wasted disks!! Not any more!!" -- David