How to keep Apple Music songs forever after you unsubscribe
What happened to Apple Music files when you Cancel Apple Music subscription?
Apple Music is a streaming music service, when you subscribe the streaming music service, up to 25,000 tracks are here for you to choose and enjoy. You can play them and downloaded offline.
If you unsubscribe and cancel the Apple Music service, all the songs from Apple Music will be either removed from your drive - or probably will have DRM protection which will prevent you from accessing. What you have purchased will remain on your hard drive.
And yes, there is a limit currently of 25,000 tracks - not including those you actually purchased through iTunes - and that includes music that you add to your iCloud Library either by uploading / matching your own music library or adding them to your Music Library from Apple Music.
You can ask Macsome Apple Music Converter for help, which supports an ideal solution to convert Apple Music M4P to MP3 / AAC format with excellent output quality and super fast conversion speed.
Follow the next 1-2-3 guide and you can get the DRM-free Apple Music files and play them anywhere without limitations. First of all, free download the latest version of Macsome iTunes Converter, install and launch it.
Step 1. Click Add button to import the music files from Music library of iTunes.
Step 2. Set the output format.
Click iTunes Converter Menu - Preferences - Advanced or the settings icon to set the suitable output audio format like MP3 for Premiere Pro.
Step 3. Click CONVERT button to start conversion.
When you finish the conversion, you would find all the music songs are MP3 format, and the Apple Music DRM has been removed as well.
With Macsome iTunes Converter, you can convert Apple Music songs, iTunes and Audible audiobooks to MP3, AAC and other common audio formats, so that you can keep Apple Music songs longer though your Apple Music subscription expired.