Copyrighted content protection and the control over devices and digital content after it has been sold to third-parties is possible to some extent through the usage of Digital Rights Management (DRM) technologies.
Since there is some controversy regarding the usage of such methods, a number of users choose to find and make use of applications that remove the protection enforced on the purchased content. This happens mostly when it comes to music and a utility that can help you if you wish to clear DRM restrictions from the songs and albums you legally acquired is myFairTunes6.
This program is especially designed to work with iTunes and process the items in its library. Using this software you can easily search through the entire collection and locate the songs that bear DRM protection.
The interface of myFairTunes6 is clearly bent on functionality rather than good looks, but this is by no means an inconvenient because it will simply get the job done faster. Thus, you can browse the playlists and convert the files with Digital Rights Management into clean music tracks that can be copied and backed up without any kind of restriction.
The application offers a facility for creating backups of the original files in MP4 format and have them removed altogether from iTunes. Also, configuring the settings from the 'Options' area you will be able to turn the selected songs into MP3, keep the RAW AAC stream or activate and use the 'Tunebite High-Speed Dubbing' driver.
The progress of the conversion as well as other logs of various actions are displayed in the 'Status' area of myFairTunes6, in case you seek for extra information concerning the running jobs.
To conclude, it's probably safe to say that for anyone interested in cleaning their iTunes music library of any DRM restrictions, myFairTunes6 is an application that should be on the list of priorities, especially since it is very easy to use and doesn't require complex configurations.