Remove DRM From Your Tunes

Apple's iTunes, MTV's Urge, and similar Online stores take the pain out of buying music, but the embedded digital rights management technology in the songs adds a new headache, limiting where you can play them and how often. Some apps strip out DRM by cracking the encryption, but that tends to be illegal. You can achieve the same results with the following steps:

 1. Create a new playlist with all the songs you'd like to rip
 2. Use your software's Burn Disc option to copy the music to
    audio-CD format
 3. After you've burned the music to disc, rename the originally
    downloaded songs with another name
 4. Insert your newly burned CD-R and click Import CD to copy the
    songs back into iTunes or whichever player app you originally
    used. They will now be stripped of all DRM