iTunes Match still exists and may be able to help you find lost music

iTunes Match launched in 2011 to bridge the gap between physical and digital media. If you had ripped CDs at any point in the past, you might have lower-quality versions, like 128Kbps MP3s, as you lacked storage or computational power. By 2009, Apple had begun upgrading its digital-downloads music store to 256Kbps AAC. For many of us, there was a gap. For $24.99 a year, a price unchanged for over a decade, iTunes Match let you find tracks that

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