Is burning songs onto a CD illegal?
No, it is not legal to burn and retain a copy of a cd you do not own. You can buy a cd and burn a copy to your computer or ipod for your own use, but not for someone else. Same holds true of any borrowed cd, either from a library or a friend.
What are your rights if you purchase music from iTunes?
If you buy a digital music track or album from the iTunes store or one of its competitors, you don’t own it. Instead, you’re buying a license to play that track or album, and that license comes with an extremely limited set of rights.
Is it possible to burn music from iTunes to a CD?
Click and drag songs from your iTunes library onto the playlist’s title, then drop them there. Once you’ve added the songs you want to burn, you can proceed with burning the playlist to your CD. You can add around 80 minutes of music to one audio CD. Make sure your computer has a DVD drive.
What to do if you have problems burning a disc in iTunes?
1 Make sure you’re trying to burn a playlist (a list of songs). 2 If you choose File > Burn Playlist to Disc but nothing happens or the wrong songs are burned, make sure the songs you want to include on the disc have 3 Make sure to select the correct disc format.
How many times can I Burn music to iTunes?
An iTunes playlist containing the music and video you want on the disc. If your playlist contains iTunes Store purchases, you can burn it to a disc as many times as you want as long as all the items are iTunes Plus songs. If some items aren’t iTunes Plus songs, you can burn the playlist up to seven times. A blank disc.
Is it illegal to buy music on iTunes?
Under US copyright law, that is illegal, as the license you receive for the music you get through iTunes does not grant you distribution permissions. On the other hand, you are highly unlikely to get caught, and if she likes the music she may just buy it herself.