DRM Dumpster converts Apple iTunes Store tracks to MP3 files

BurningThumb’s “DRM Dumpster” is the legal way to convert DRM tracks from your iTunes music library to MP3 files. DRM Dumpster uses a CD-RW and iTunes itself to convert all of your DRM music files to MP3 files that you can use with any music player.

Using DRM Dumpster is easy:
• Launch DRM Dumpster
• Click the Dump DRM button
• Insert a CD-RW

DRM Dumpster does the rest for you. When the operation is complete you will have a new playlist in iTunes that contains the MP3 files.

System Requirements:
– Mac OS X 10.2 or later
– A scriptable version of iTunes (DRM Dumpstrer was tested using iTunes 7)
– A CD-RW disk and CD Burner

More info and download link here

25 Comments

  1. I’m sure it’s as legal as iTunes is now. I’ll bet the reason for the CD is the program is simply doing what you can already do with iTuens: Burn a playlist and then import that playlist as mp3.

    Slick way to automate the process, though.

    sp

  2. Sure it’s legal. You’ve always been able to legally burn a CD of your DRM-encoded music and then re-import the songs to remove the DRM. The program simply uses a script to automate the process using a re-writable CD.

    Same process as before, just less work.

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