TuneFab Apple Music Converter for Mac users will occasionally find out their converted music sounds metallic or with bad quality. If you are the Mac users and come across this problem, please following the step-by-step guide below.
#1 Click to the Voice Icon on the top right of the main interface of Mac, click to the "Sound Preferences" and set your sound as below.
#2 Go to "iTunes" > "Preferences" > "Playback", set your playback as follow.
#3 Turn on Utilities – Audio MIDI Setup and change the format of AudioJingle and AudioJingle (UI Sounds) to 44100HZ. If you have successfully set all the parameters as 44100HZ and the problem still exists, then please follow step 4 to step 10 to provide the detailed information.
#4 Download and Unzip the Driver.zip files: Driver
#5 Run the Terminal App and enter the "sudo sh (Blank)"
#6 Drag the uninstall.sh files to the Terminal app, and press enter. Then enter the password of your Mac.
#7 Enter the "sudo sh (Blank)" again and drag the install.sh files from the Driver folder to the terminal app and press enter.
#8 If you can catch sight of the green text, then go to the next step. If not, please send the whole text as the TXT files to us.
#9 Download and unzip the TSTestTSRecorder files and double click to run it: TSTestTSRecorder
#10 Click to the "Start" button and then play a song on iTunes. When the timer is running to about 1 minute, click to “Stop“ and then send the appRec2 files folder generated on the desktop to us.