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    m4p to mp3 convertor
    Hi, any suggestions for a free m4p to mp3 convertor that works on a mac? Thanks

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    iTunes.

    If it is a DRM'd song purchased from the iTMS it won't work.


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    Try iphoneringtoneconvertor - its what I use, and you can do Itunes songs!

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    To be honest, after messing with that, Garageband IS easier...


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    Actually, I disagree - although I had to pay $14 or somthing to unlock the full version - you simply drag the song from iTunes into it, cut it to length, click one button and you have a ringtone. Highly recommened!

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    You do the same thing in Garageband and it doesn't cost you $14. How hard is that?


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    You do the same thing in Garageband and it doesn't cost you $14. How hard is that?
    Yeah I agree, using Garageband is a piece of cake. There are also a few worthwhile instruction videos on YouTube.

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