Last Updated on November 24, 2019 by Priyam Raj.
Apple Music Subscription is always worth to have if you own an iOS Device
But did you know that you can copy custom Songs like MP3 Files to your Music Library and not only that
You can even add a Cover Image to the Song, Album Name and more but all that will stay Private on your Apple Music account
which means you can’t share them.
Also, the best part is that the Music will stay on your Apple Music account as long as you have the Subscription.
Which means that you can access the Music File on any of your Device with same Apple account logged in.
How to Copy Songs to Apple Music
For this tutorial, I’ll be using a Fanmade song for the Popular TV Series, Breaking Bad. You’ll need your PC, The Music File and Internet Connection.
- Open iTunes on PC, stay on the Recently Added Section and then click to file then on “Add File to Library..“
- Now browse and select your music file
- Now, wait 1-2 Minutes (Depending on Your Internet Speed) as the file gets uploaded.
After this, try opening Apple Music on your device and look for the Music file on the recently added section.
If it shows there then you should be able to download and play it.
Add Artwork (Cover), Album Name and Artist Name on Apple Music
Once you’ve copied the Song and it appears on your Device(s), it’s time to add some Artwork, Album Name and Artist Name
- On iTunes, right-click on the Unknown Album and click on “Album Info”
- Now in this section, you’ll see a couple of options like Artist Name, Album and more
- You can edit all of them and add anything you want
- You can add Artwork from and even Lyrics if you want
And that’s it, hope this Tutorial was helpful. Watch the video if you missed anything and comment if you need help.