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Seeing "Apple Music" instead of "Matched" on your iTunes tracks? Here's the fix!

How do you get your Mac's songs to show up as Matched if you're using Apple Music? We've got a couple of things to try. This summer, Apple changed its Apple Music subscription service to include iTunes Match functionality as part of the $9.99 subscription: As such, all users who subscribe to Apple Music have access to Match's matching algorithms, and more importantly, DRM-free iCloud copies of their Mac's local tracks.
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