Can you keep the music from Amazon Music?

With tons of budget spent on PR, a huge brand name behind it, and quite a lot of publicity, Amazon Music is one of the most successful choices out there (if you disregard other services notorious for music quality like Tidal or incredible extent of customization like Spotify). 

However! Even the best services have their limitations, and the fact that this is a streaming music service means you’ll be getting music as long as you pay for it. Technically, the music isn’t yours. You’re renting it, and artists are getting compensated, but they’re not getting dramatic amounts. For them, it’s something like renting out apartments – it doesn’t get them as much profit as if they’d sold the apartment, but rent provides a small stream of funds coming in, which doesn’t hurt. But if you want to own music, you need to officially buy it. 

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In this case, you’re kind of borrowing it for a while until you cancel your subscription (or it goes inactive because you haven’t used it for some time). When you end your partnership with a service, the tracks also go away. Do you have to end your membership agreement with Amazon Music for objective reasons but don’t want to? 

Musconv to the rescue! The world of streaming audio has never been more fun. We offer an easy-to-use interface where you can transfer tracks between the world’s best audio streaming systems like Spotify, Apple Music, Google Music, Amazon Music, and many, many more – before they get retracted (and as practice shows, you never know when that’s going to happen).

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