loss of music on iTunes

This is a discussion on loss of music on iTunes within the Mac Applications forums, part of the Mac Software category; I had about 2000 CD's which I copied to my iPod. In 2007 we lost our house to fire and lost all the cd's. However ...

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    loss of music on iTunes

    I had about 2000 CD's which I copied to my iPod. In 2007 we lost our house to fire and lost all the cd's. However I have been able to recover them from my iPod onto iTunes on the new iMac i bought after the fire. Now I am reading that Apple has been canceling any music on iTunes not purchased at Apple. I am reluctant to synch the iPad again to iTunes in order to add more of my music to the iPad. I don't want to loose all the music collection we have from the 50's through the 90's that we have cherished. How can I protect them?
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    loss of music on iTunes

    This is news to me....where have you seen this? Seeing iTunes has built-in functionality to rip cd tracks to it's library, I find this very hard to believe.
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    News to me also! All of my music is still there...

    Having all your music on an iPod with no backup device is a scary proposition. All devices with a hard disc as the main memory are bound to fail at some point! Even an iMac... I'd suggest finding a way to store that music safely somewhere. Use a PC to extract the music and put it on a Network Attached Storage hd. I use two of them.

    If Apple suddenly decided to erase my collections they would lose this client and all my equipment would wind up in the recycling bin. I would restart anew with some other company. I'm not alone feeling this way and they know it.
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    iOS data recover tool is specially designed for recovering data from iTunes,it is a pretty good and only choice for you to recover deleted photos from iPod.

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    In this case, you may try iOS data recovery programs to retrieve your lost music, which is easier and safer. I think Bitwar Data Recovery can be a good option because of its powerful function, high quality, and user-friendly wizard. Try it.

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