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To convert your music files
Last Updated: 12/07/2009
Right click on your music file and select create "MP3" version (if the file extension is an "M4A" (Un-protected) iTunes will convert the file automatically). Converting will add an MP3 copy of your music file to your iTunes library. Once converted, the file can be opened into Dance Designer.

If you received the error message "could not be converted" the extension of the music file is "M4P" (Protected) you will need to "Burn" the file to a CD and then import the CD as an "MP3" back into iTunes.

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