TunePat Music One is elaborately crafted for users who require high-efficiency streaming music converters. It supports extracting music tracks or audiobooks from the most popular streaming apps, including Spotify, Amazon Music, Apple Music, Tidal, YouTube Music, Deezer, Line Music, Pandora Music, Audible, Dailymotion, Veoh, YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, and more. This page provides detailed information on the operation instructions of this comprehensive all-in-one converter.
- 1. How to Register TunePat Music One?
- 2. How to Use TunePat Music One to Convert Songs?
- 2.1 Select Conversion Platform and Mode
- 2.2 Finish the Output Settings
- 2.3 Add and Convert Music from the Music App
- 2.4 Add and Convert Music from the Web Player
- 2.5 Add and Convert Music from the Website
- 2.6 Browse the Conversion History
- 3. Handy Tools: AA/AAX Converter, Format Converter, Burn CD, and Tag Editor
1. How to Register TunePat Music One?
TunePat has a user-friendly interface and it is quite easy to register for the program. After purchasing, you will receive a confirmation email, including your registration information.
Step 1 Select a target streaming platform from the main interface.
Step 2 In this interface, you can directly click the "Register" button next to the user profile photo box at the bottom left, or click the "Menu > Register" option in the upper right menu bar to jump to the registration interface to register the program.
Step 3 Then copy and paste the registration Email and Code into the registration window. Click on "Register" to make a confirmation.
Note: Kindly note that the registration information provided is case-sensitive, therefore it must be entered with the correct upper and lower case letters. Additionally, you must refrain from adding any whitespace characters at the beginning or end of the word.
2. How to Use Music One to Convert Songs?
2.1 Select Conversion Platform and Mode
Step 1 Open TunePat Music One on your computer. On the start-up interface, you can see all available streaming music sources. Tap on the tile of the music platform you are going to extract music from. Next, we will use Amazon Music as an example. If you need to convert Amazon Music, click to enter the "Amazon Music" module.
TunePat Music One acquires music from different sources in different ways. The details are as follows:
1. Support getting music from the APP: Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, Tidal
2. Support getting music from the Web player: Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Tidal, YouTube Music, Line Music, Pandora
3. Support getting music from the Website: Audible, Dailymotion, Veoh, YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud
TIPS: If you want to get music from another source, click the "Add Other Source" button and enter or copy-paste the corresponding website URL.
2.2 Finish the Output Settings
After selecting the music streaming platform entrance you want to convert, you must configure the output and convert settings before choosing songs to convert.
Please find the "Settings" button in the menu bar on the left side of the interface, and then complete the customization of the output parameters here. The options include the conversion mode, output format (MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, ALAC), bite rate, sample rate output path, output file name, etc. In addition, the General section also allows you to change the interface display to light or dark mode, change the program's language and set the proxy.
1. When you select "Amazon Music Web player" option, as long as the source file you select supports lyrics, TunePat will automatically recognize and preserve the lyrics in LRC format. For more information on how Music One retains lyrics from other streaming platforms, check out the answer to "Does Music One support retaining lyrics files?" on the FAQ page.
2. This Settings panel only applies when converting from the APP or Web player. If you decide to convert from the Website, the Settings interface differs, and the options for modifying the sound quality and output format are on the Home page. For more information, please see the "Add and Convert Music from the Website" section below.
3. When you convert audiobooks from Audible, the output format options in the Settings module are different, divided into Original, M4A, M4B, and MP3. The quality is divided into High Quality and Small Size. Please select as needed. For the steps to convert Audible Audiobooks, please refer to the "Add and Convert Music from the Web Player" section.
2.3 Add and Convert Music from the Music App
Let's take Amazon Music as an example to explain how to add and convert songs from the APP.
Step 1 Parse Amazon Music URL
When you choose "Amazon Music (App)" on the initial page, you'll encounter two methods to add songs. If you have the Amazon Music App installed on your computer, it will automatically launch when you arrive on this page. If you haven't logged in yet, you must first log in to your Amazon Music account through the Amazon Music App that appears. Once logged in, you can proceed to add songs using either of the following methods:
1. Within the Amazon Music app, select your preferred songs, albums, or playlists, and then drag the cover artwork to the "Drag the music here" box located on the left side of the TunePat Music One program's home page. The program will automatically read and import the selected songs.
2. Click on the desired Amazon Music song, album, or playlist, and then click the three dots (More) button. From the resulting drop-down menu, select the "Share Album/Share Playlist" option. Next, click on "Copy Link" and paste the link into the blue box on the right side of the home page. Confirm by clicking the blue "+" icon, and the program will begin reading the content.
Step 2 Add Amazon Music to TunePat
Once the songs have been retrieved, they will be listed in a pop-up window with all of them initially selected. You can manually deselect songs you don't want to convert, and then click "Add" to include the chosen songs on the Home interface.
Step 3 Convert Amazon Music to PC
If you wish to select additional songs for conversion, you can click "Add". Otherwise, simply click "Convert", and the program will promptly initiate the conversion process.
2.4 Add and Convert Music from the Web Player
Next, we will provide a step-by-step guide on how to obtain and convert songs directly from the web player. This method allows you to convert songs without the need for any additional applications, making the process simpler and more convenient. In addition, please note that when you select Audible (Website) to convert and download audiobooks, the steps are similar to the ones below.
Now, let's use Amazon Music as an example to illustrate the steps:
Step 1 Sign in to Your Amazon Music Account Within TunePat
When you select "Amazon Music (Web player)" in the TunePat Music One program, the embedded Amazon Music web player window will appear. Alternatively, you can navigate to the "Home" interface and manually open the web player window by clicking the "Open the web player window" button located in the upper right corner. If you are using the program for the first time, you will be prompted to log in to your Amazon Music account within the web player window. By following the on-screen instructions, you can smoothly access your Amazon music library.
Note: TunePat will not take any information out of your account.
Step 2 Add Your Wanted Amazon Music to TunePat
Open the desired music track, playlist, artist, or album, then click the music symbol icon on the right ("Click to add" button) and TunePat will start automatically parsing all songs on the current page. The read content will be listed in a new window.
As you can see, TunePat selects all titles by default. You can check them manually on demand. If necessary, enable the "Filter Converted" button to filter out existing music in the output folder to avoid duplication. Click the "Add" button when you are done selecting.
Step 3 Convert and Download Amazon Music to Your Computer
After that, you will see an interface like the screenshot below. Selecting "Convert" will start the conversion process immediately. The "Add" button will allow you to continue selecting titles from other albums or playlists. "Delete All" is a quick and easy one-click delete when you choose a song by mistake. Let's click the "Convert" button.
Now, you just have to be patient and wait for the conversion to complete.
2.5 Add and Convert Music from the Website
Next, we will provide a step-by-step guide on how to record music from Dailymotion, Veoh, YouTube, Vimeo, SoundCloud, or other websites. Let's take Vimeo as an example to explain the steps.
Step 1 Log in to the Account of the Corresponding Website
Click on "Vimeo (Website)". Then you will see a new window pop up automatically, showing the content of the Vimeo official website, just like when you access it from the browser. All you need to do is log into your account and find the music you want to record.
Step 2 Customize Output Format, Quality & Other Parameters
As you can see, when you choose to get songs from a website, the Home interface has some necessary output settings, including output format and bit rate. Based on your actual needs, you can also decide whether you want the program to automatically detect the audio being played and do some processing, such as automatically cutting long audio, automatically filtering too short audio, or setting it to stop recording at a certain length. Just tick off the options you need.
In addition, you can also go to the "Settings" panel to customize other options, such as the output folder.
Step 3 Start Recording Audio from Vimeo or Other Websites
Please log in to your account and open the music you want to record. Then click the blue "Click to Start" button on the main interface to start recording. After recording, click "Stop". Then, the recorded songs will be automatically saved to the output path you set.
2.6 Browse the Conversion History
Once done, you can browse the converted items by clicking the "Converted / Recorded" module on the left. Move the mouse over each song and you will see a "Show in Windows Explorer" icon appear on the right. Clicking on this pattern will automatically jump out of the local folder location where the file is stored. These songs are no longer limited to streaming apps, you can play them on multimedia players on any computer or other device.
3. Handy Tools: AA/AAX Converter, Format Converter, Burn CD, and Tag Editor
In addition to converting music from streaming platforms to normal formats, the full-stack TunePat Music One also provides some very useful gadgets. You can see the Tools option from the toolbar on the left. After clicking in, there are four parts in total, namely AA/AAX Converter, Format Converter, Burn CD, and Tag Editor.
You can purchase audiobooks in the AA or AAX format from Audiblekids, Audible.com, or the iTunes store. However, compatibility restrictions exist for these file types with some media players. To address this, the AA/AAX Converter was developed to convert local AA/AAX audiobooks to common audio formats for wider device compatibility. Note that this tool is fee-based, while other tools listed in the "Tools" section are free to use.
To convert audiobooks, click "+ Add" and select the files from your computer. Customize the output format, quality, and output folder. Advanced settings are also available by selecting the settings button on the right of the added audio. After opening the application, you can enable the automatic splitting function for audiobooks. This includes chapter-based splitting and division into equally-sized segments based on your chosen time length (X minutes or X hours). If you've added multiple audiobook files, you can use the "Apply to All" option in the lower right corner to apply the settings to all files at once. Once you've completed the necessary settings, simply click "Convert" to start the conversion process.
This tool is mainly used to convert audio formats, click the "+ Add" button to select an audio file locally from the computer, and then click "Convert" to output to the format you want. Currently, supported output audio formats include MP3, M4A, FLAC, WAV, OGG, and AIFF.
This module is to provide a portable channel for users who want to burn converted songs into CDs to save or give away. You just import the songs you just converted into this list by clicking the "+ Add" button. Insert a blank disc into your CD or DVD burner. Click the "Burn" button to start burning.
This section allows the user to edit the tag information of the song, and then click the "Save" button to save it.