Music not available in country/region

  • In anticipation of buying a new iMac and abandoning Windows world, I added my entire jazz library into iTunes, and converted the music into AAC/m4a. Then I synced it onto my ipad. I can build playlists and play an album. At least much of it. Some songs won’t play because Apple tells me they are not available in my country (the US). 😳 That’s a surprise. The vast majority of the music was purchased on CD, then ripped to PC. And a substantial portion of the music was purchased before Apple even existed.

    i see that many on this forum are having same problem, and the questions go back for years. The solutions offered are weak, grasping at straws, and some downright inane. But I have seen no definitive fix.
    A common answer is that it is a licensing issue. Really? This cannot be a licensing issue for music purchased years ago, and with US $$. If there’s a bug in the software, Apple has had plenty of time to fix it. iphone ringtone
    This is an Apple policy of some sort. Why, I know not. But it continues to bedevil users year after year. I am re-evaluating my iMac decision. I am not going to spend over $2000 and lose a 3rd of my music.
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  • However, in spite of that, you cannot get rid of these responsibilities, and somehow, you have to pull yourself together and work on your assignment or order an essay online to put an end to all your worry.

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