Want to learn how to buy music on iTunes? Apple makes this process fairly straightforward — and we’ll be covering the gist of it down below. We’ll even introduce you to a third-party program called iMusic that you can use in other to manage your newly purchased music (be it for syncing your Apple Music to your device, editing its available ID3 Tags, etc.) So, make sure to continue reading until the very end to learn what you can do with iTunes purchased music!
As mentioned, we’re going to first teach you how to buy songs on iTunes — specifically on a Windows PC (although there is a method of buying songs on iTunes on a Mac computer and your mobile device.) We’re not going to go in depth about the payment process, but we will be teaching you how to access the Apple Music store on your PC and buy either an individual song or an entire album! Before the tutorial, we also have a list of common issues that people run into — as well as the solutions to these issues.
In order to purchase music from Apple, you will need to go to the Store tab (shown below.) Here, you can browse for songs and albums that you might want to buy for your device.
When you select an album, you should see something like this (shown in the image below.) You’ll get the choice of downloading either a full album  or downloading an individual audio file [2.]
For this second part, we’re going to be showing you how you can manage your purchased (and non-purchased) iTunes music with a program called iMusic. iMusic is an all-in-one downloader, converter, transfer tool, etc. The best part is that it allows you to manage purchased iTunes music (which is not something many programs will allow.) We’ll take you around the interface in the tutorial below — as well as teach you how you can use it to edit ID3 tags, but first! Let’s quickly go over its main features.
There are four main pages offered by iMusic — each with different management tools and options. The one that we’ll be focusing on is the ITUNES LIBRARY page, but the main features and characteristics of all the four different pages are as follows:
As mentioned, we’re going to be showing you how to edit your song’s ID3 tags. To do this, right-click a song, and select the Edit Music Info option.
When you’ve selected the ‘Edit Music Info’ option, a left-hand sidebar will appear (shown below.) There, you can edit your song’s ID3 Tags.
When you’re done editing your ID3 tags, you can save the changes by clicking the Save button (shown below.) Just remember that all the changes will be applied on your iTunes library too.
Conclusion: That concludes our quick tutorial on how you can buy music on iTunes easily and safely! It really isn’t that difficult, and there are many solutions available that can help you manage all your purchases. Just like what we showed you with iMusic — which can be used pretty much for anything involving your iTunes library (be it transferring your media onto a device, editing ID3 tags, finding FREE content using the download and record feature, and so many other things!) Try it out! There’s a FREE trial available that you can use to tour all of its available options.