I’m guessing these answers didn’t solve your problem. They didn’t solve mine. Insead I went and got my data from Apple:
Head to Apple’s Data and Privacy portal.
Log in with the Apple ID for which you’d like to download data.
Under Get a copy of your data, click Request a copy of your data.
Select Apple media services information, then press Continue.
It's a known bug since the release of macOS 10.14.5.
The blank window that shows up when you try to add an item to your library is actually supposed to contain new terms of service that you have to agree to, but it's bugged on macOS and just displays an empty page instead.
The only solution right now seems to be to go to Apple Music on any of your iOS ...
Alright I have found a way online to do it, the article was in Dutch so I will translate it for you all.
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Actually, the Apple Music membership page says that service brings your iTunes library to iCloud, too
It does say Apple Music and iTunes Match are "independent but complementary," but I think I'm like you — I can't figure out why I'd want iTunes Match if I'm paying for Apple Music.
The only benefit of Match is the $2 a month price point over the $10 a ...
Assuming you mean Apple Music, that is a streaming service. You can stream songs for free. Buying the song is completely separate and you will be billed for that. So instead of buying the song, just play it in Apple Music.
I just went into Preferences > General Ratings in iTunes 12.2, OS Yosemite and it gives you the option of the old Stars, Hearts, or both. I just went back to Stars...one click for all my library songs.
OP Here. I found two ways to reinstate the For You tab.
There is also a setting for this in the iTunes Preferences Window after all:
Preferences > General > Show Apple Music
Alternatively, in the main menu, click Account > Apple Music…. This will make the For You tab and another New tab return. Although the content under the For You tab is now ...
"Playlists that reference other Playlists can not be uploaded"
It took me awhile to figure out the solution to this problem, but I eventually did. You can no longer just drag and drop songs from Apple Playlists to new ones that you create yourself, but you are still able to do it a different way. You also used to be able to just right-click on a song, a ...
The prices are shown because you are in the iTunes Store tab. You can still buy tracks and albums there, like before. To get to Apple Music, click "My Music", "For you" or "New" in the top bar.
"My music" is where your music is, both the tracks and albums you've previously purchased and the ones you've saved in Apple Music. "For you" is personalized ...
I finally found a solution to this. If you sort by song you can see a check mark next to most songs but the greyed out ones won't be checked. Just make all songs checked and they work again. Hopefully this helps you and others with a similar problem.
In the View menu, select Music (⌘1)
If you don't see words like "My Music, Playlists, For You, New, Radio, Connect..." then continue.
In the Account menu, select Sign Out
Then sign back in and repeat the first step ⌘1
The For You tab is generated by Apple's servers, so any busy-ness there or overload can cause it to be blank. You might also need to go ...
Try the menu item File > Library > Update iCloud Music Library.
I had quit iTunes after initially enabling iCloud Music Library in preferences when it was only partially done uploading. To get it going again I used this menu item Update iCloud Music Library, the progress indicator in the upper right appeared and it continued uploading. This was on OS X 10....
In 2018 - AirPlay and AirPlay 2 are the premier ways to play Apple Music. Most people will want to just connect their speakers to a computer or device and use Siri / AirPlay to queue up music.
If we go in a time machine back to 2015 - the situation was a little less clear, but using iPhone and Apple TV was still the best way to stream music over WiFi from ...
Is there a bar on the bottom of the screen showing which song is currently playing?
If so you can try dragging that up and it should bring you to a screen that has more stuff on it.
Click on the button that looks like three dots with horizontal lines to the right of them (it's to the right of the skip/fast forward button);
that will show "Up Next" if you ...
I ran into this myself, came across your question while seeking the answer, but have since figured it out.
The key is to enable iCloud Music Library under Edit > Preferences > General in iTunes. That then enables the "Add to iCloud Music Library" right click option over albums and individual files.
Items you "add ...
It seems that the answer is:
There's no way to disable Apple Radio from taking up space in iTunes and Music on iOS.
If this also bothers you, you can submit a report here: http://www.apple.com/feedback/
Or, specifically, here: http://www.apple.com/feedback/apple-music.html
There’s no way on iOS other than turning off the Apple Music and seeing what tracks remain. (doing that, You should retain all settings and be able to re-enable it as soon as you have your answer.)
You can easily see this on iOS and in iTunes, though with one smart playlist. That playlist syncs to iOS so you could go that route, too:
Match iCloud Status is ...
Through investigating a similar question I have found the same thing, you don't appear to be able to create a Smart Playlist for online content.
However if you download the song for offline playback you can Love it and it will show in the Smart Playlist of Loved songs. However this playlist does not sync to an iOS device, regardless of it being in offline ...
I've written a short blog post explaining how to do this.
You create a smart playlist with a single rule which checks if the iCloud Status equals Apple Music. Check the Make Available Offline setting for this playlist and all Apple Music songs/albums will be automatically downloaded when you add them to your library.
All you need to do is turn on "iCloud Music Library" and all of your playlists, saved songs etc. will be distributed to all of your devices (including PC, Mac, iPhone, iPod and iPad (and soon to be android and Apple TV))
To do this, on iDevices go to Settings>Music>iCloud Music Library.
Apple Music require iTunes 12.2, which is not included in Yosemite 10.10.4 so, soon, Apple should release another update exclusively for iTunes where there should be a button to play Apple Music.
You can get that update from the iTunes menu - select Check for Updates...
If that update isn't rolled out or available, you can listen here:
They're two different services according to Apple: http://www.apple.com/music/membership/
The relevant text is:
Does Apple Music work with iTunes Match?
Yes. Apple Music and iTunes Match are independent but complementary
iTunes Match brings your iTunes library to the Cloud, so all your music (until 25k songs) ...
Oldish question now but Apple now have a good overview of the main differences here: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT204962
To summarise: Apple Music and iTunes Match both give you an "iCloud Music Library" which can be populated in one of three ways: with music matched from your original local music collection, with music uploaded from your collection if ...