For music lovers, one of the most important daily agenda on their calendar is definitely to fulfill their MP3 players or any other digital devices that doubles as an MP3 player with the most “in” musics. And thanks to the fast development of digital technology, it gets much easier for us to download free music from a variety of different online music stores and sources to store them on our MP3 players for playback. Here we would introduce a simple and smart way to help music fans get free music files to MP3 player with just one click.
To finish this task, we need to get an application called which is specially developed to search and download any MP3 songs from multiple online music sources, such as YouTube, Google, Yahoo Video, Pandora, MySpace, BBC, ABC, Last.FM, etc. Once downloaded, it enables us export the MP3 audios to our MP3 players as well as to iTunes, DropBox and local computer. So that we can listen to the music at anytime we like.
Sounds amazing? Read on to learn the tutorial of getting free online music to MP3 player in 3 steps only.
How to Get Free Online Music for MP3 Player on Mac
Firstly, make sure you have downloaded and installed the trial version of Leemsoft MP3 Downloader on your Mac. You will see the interface below once launch it.
Step 1. Search MP3 Music
This MP3 music downloading tool allows you search any MP3 songs before download. You can search the music with any keyword related such as the song’s name, artist, album, etc. Simply entering the keywords of the songs, you will get millions of music results from multiple music sites and sources.
Step 2. Download MP3 Songs
Then you are allowed to play any of the listed MP3 songs before you decide to download them. You can download all the MP3 songs in the search result at once or selectively to download a single music each time by clicking “Download All” or “Download” button.
Step 3. Export MP3 Audio Files
Once the MP3 songs are downloaded, they will be automatically stored in a specific folder on your Mac system. You can also change the path manually before downloading. Then you can go to the target folder to find the songs and transfer them to your MP3 players. Or you can choose to export the downloaded MP3 music files to iTunes or DropBox for sharing and storage.
I wouldn't use Windows Media Player to rip music
I wouldn't use Windows Media Player to rip music. It works sure..but it's not all that great.
Get Easy CD-DA Extractor:
You'll need an mp3 encoder, I highly recommend LAME 3.96:
Install both. It's pretty easy to setup and it works great. For bit rate, you'll want to use 192 Kbps VBR(Variable Bit Rate).