Of course, you may have previous purchases on Amazon Music that weren’t automatically downloaded and exported to i Tunes.
For those, you can drag tracks and albums from the Your Library tab to the box labeled “Download to your computer” in the lower-right corner of the app.
To move from One Drive to i Tunes, you will follow the same two-step route as Google Play Music of first downloading the files to your computer and then adding them to i Tunes.
There’s no need for a One Drive app, as this can be done in a browser.
For starters, you don’t need a separate app to download music from Google Play Music but you will need to use Chrome and the Google Play Music Chrome extension.
With the extension installed, open Google Play Music and choose either the Album or Song view.
Now the list will show you duplicates that are only on the same album.So, with your files downloaded from One Drive to your Downloads folder, open i Tunes and go to File Add to Library to move the files to i Tunes.After adding music from to your i Tunes library, the first order of business is to find and eradicate duplicates.If you have the “Export downloads to i Tunes” setting enabled, the tracks and albums you manually download from Amazon Music to your computer will automatically be exported to i Tunes.Otherwise, they end up in your Music folder under Libraries.Mouse over an album or a song and click the button with three vertical dots, which is typically next to the song title.One of the options will be Download or Download Album.In Detail view, check the box along the left edge to select files.With a file or files selected, a Download option appears in the menu at the top of the page.Before you begin deleting the duplicates from the list, see if the same song may be from different albums.You wouldn’t want to delete a blistering song off of a live album, for example, and keep only the studio version.