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Is there any way to download all of my iTunes Match music in one go on iTunes OS X?

I've tried selecting all then clicking the little iCloud Button.

I've also tried generating an Automator 'Watch me do' script, but that fails because the iCloud buttons have not been given a namespace selector, meaning the script errors out.

Does anyone know how this could be achieved? I have over 2,000 songs and don't want to click the button individually for each one.

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Have you tried selecting all and then selecting download from the right-click context menu? –  Diago Jan 22 '13 at 19:07
    
Yes, select all and right-click. –  Chris A Jan 22 '13 at 19:31
    
facepalm. I hadn't seen that one. –  Alfo Jan 23 '13 at 16:13
    
Alfo, you get an upvote for trying Automator. @Diago, shouldn't you post that as an answer so this question can be marked as answered? –  Tyler Wayne Jan 29 '13 at 10:15

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To download all your music from iCloud:

  • Select all or select the tracks you want to download
  • Right click on the selected items
  • Click Download
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could not getting other suggestion to work. What did work for me was to right click on the playlist and select download. It then downloads all the tracks on the playlist. Had to do this on each playlist but i have only have around 10 playlist so didn't take much time.

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  1. Go to the song menu in itunes.
  2. goto Edit, select all.
  3. Right click on any song whilst they are all highlighted.
  4. Select Download
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