Amazon Music is a rising star among the streaming music services. Both subscription plans, Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music are available to download songs for offline listening. There're multiple reasons that you would like to record Amazon Music and convert them as .mp3 files, but it's suggested to use a most stable and professional Amazon Music Recorder - better featuring with fast conversion speed, various output formats, stable performance, zero quality output loss, and ID3 tags kept.
Here on this page, we will show you some Amazon Music Recorders, the free or the professional ones.
TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter is one of the most popular high-speed Amazon Music converters available on both Windows and Mac computer, differing from the traditional real-time recorders. The surprise is that the functions we discussed in the first paragraph are full-included within TuneBoto.
Step 1 Download and launch TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter.
Step 2 Choose output settings.
Click the "Setting" icon at the upper right corner. Here you are able to select the output format, bit rate, sample rate, and more. You can also classify the converted Amazon Music files by Artist & Album.
Step 3 Open an Amazon Music song or playlist.
Open an Amazon single or playlist you would like to record on TuneBoto, click the "+ Add" icon, your Amazon songs will be added to TuneBoto automatically.
Step 4 Record songs from Amazon Music to MP3, AAC, or others.
Click the button "Convert", then TuneBoto will immediately record and save the Amazon Music as MP3 files, while also tagging with ID3 meta and preserving original audio quality.
That's all about using TuneBoto Amazon Music Recorder to record songs from Amazon Music and here are the main features of TuneBoto Amazon Music recorder.
Audacity - Free Amazon Music Recorder
If you're looking for a free Amazon Music recorder, Audacity may be the only free choice to record Amazon songs or other streaming services and sources. It's a real-time recorder to capture sound from the PC audio card, and it works on Windows computers only.
If you're new to using this kind of audio recorder, please check this wikiHow tutorial of how to record Spotify songs with Audacity. There is no difference between converting Amazon Music or Spotify on Audacity, just remember to play songs on the Amazon Music app instead of Spotify to let it capture sound.
Here we've listed the top Amazon Music Recorders in the industry, choose the one that suits you most:
|TuneBoto Amazon Music Recorder||NoteBurner Amazon Music HD Recorder||AudiCable Amazon Music Recorder||Wondershare Audio Recorder||Audacity|
|Support Tracks & Podcasts|
|Audio Quality Zero Loss|
|Bit rate (Up to 320kbps)|
|Classify Output Audio|
|No Extra App Needed|
|Supported System||Windows & Mac||Windows & Mac||Windows & Mac||Windows & Mac||Windows, Mac and Linux|
Can I download music from Amazon Music?
Amazon Music Unlimited & Prime Music users are allowed to download tracks, podcasts, or radios for listening without internet. However, when your Amazon Music subscription runs over, you will lose all offline & online content, unless you've recorded them in MP3 format during the paid period.
How to record from Amazon Music and save as MP3 files?
There're various Amazon Music recorders in the market, record in real-time or record in your PC background. The latter will be better as you could record Amazon songs at a faster speed and no need to worry about data loss. TuneBoto Amazon Music Recorder is a such kind, and it supports to record Amazon tracks to MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF/ALAC.
How to use the Amazon Music Recorder from TuneBoto?
Here's a tutorial on how to use TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter so that you can record and save your whole Amazon library to computer as local music files.
Note: The free trial version of TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter enables you to convert the first three minutes of each song and convert 3 music files at a time. You can unlock the limits and enable all its features by purchasing the full version.