What Twitter Users Think of Youtube to MP3 Converter
SKJJKF I WENT ON YOUTUBE AND USED A MP3 CONVERTER
— aриаднe ◡̈ (@betteroffbae) October 9, 2018
my type of lazy: downloading songs with a youtube converter because i’m too lazy to type in “song name free download” oof HAHAHA
— casey (@caseymolendijk) October 9, 2018
Yeah that's what I ended up doing😃
Someone suggested going through a YouTube converter…..Fuck that how much hassle?????
— Smoo #FBPE (@smoober_1) October 10, 2018
@aclee_ I thought you would be the guy to ask, if you know of any good YouTube to MP3 converter websites?
— Nathan (@GFCNathan) October 10, 2018
Sorry. No idk. It’s not available in itunes. Are using iphone or android? If android I think you can just conver from youtube to mp3 using online converter.
— K Rayleigh Haught Earp (@hey___K) October 10, 2018
I screen recorded the music video on YouTube, which sounds slightly different than just the song, and converted it using an MP3 converter.
— dama (@uhmygs) October 8, 2018
Starting off discussing the Sonic toaster, and *that* YouTube video surrounding it. Check if you need to use a power converter before using imported technology people! #ToastInTheToaster #SweatySundays pic.twitter.com/q4KtZjXE7g
— RadioSEGA (@RadioSEGA) October 7, 2018
Used Youtube converter to download songs onto my phone https://t.co/NNxosCyDNe
— P E A R L (@uxm_21) October 1, 2018
It sucks because if somebody uses a YouTube to MP3 converter or downloads it from SoundCloud or whatever, it compresses the already squashed mix even more. This is why buying physical copies of CDs is better than MP3s or ripped downloads. Physical CD would sound how it was mixed pic.twitter.com/C2IFavKW7x
— THE MASKED SINGER / DOC FLY (@MaskedViner) October 3, 2018
2006-2007 were prime lime wire and youtube to mp3 converter years
— helen 🛸 (@_nelehv) October 3, 2018
I really cut a catalytic converter off one car put that bitch on another car and it was a success …YOUTUBED ALL THAT SHIT 😂feel like I could write a book on how much mechanical shit I learned from the street n YouTube
— Babyboy💯 (@YOUNGG_CHICO) October 2, 2018
no-budget-fil-kpop-fan be like:
1. search for a certain audio of a song on youtube (e.g. 'NCT 2018 – BoB audio')
2. copy the link address
3. search for a mp4 to mp3 converter
4. convert & download
5. edit the information of the mp3 (name of the song, artist, album)
for short me.
— Jc (@jacktzenniee) October 1, 2018
for anyone that got annoyed about the “i added to my playlist” spam i apologize i kinda used a playlist converter and forgot my youtube was connected to twitter sorry lol
— beno (@notbeno) October 1, 2018
They promote epic music, that's their whole channel. I'm fine with that. I'm not fine with them blatantly ripping the audio off of a track that hasn't been released yet and then monetising it. The only way they could have got the audio is by using a YouTube converter…
— Marcus Warner (@MWarnerMusic) October 1, 2018
Just download songs from YouTube with an mp3 converter then upload it to iTunes or something to put on your phone
— Flat-chested futa (@Sleepynekosama) September 30, 2018
What would be best is 2 just go to YouTube search for this clip, it will come up under I ain't f****** with you, then go to clip converter and download it lol
— MacMally🍀 (@MacMallyMMA) September 30, 2018
Not when all you need to do is open a page with a YouTube to Mp3 converter copy URL off YouTube paste on converter click convert and Download takes 5 secs. Once You learn but having a physical copy is nice and doesn't screw Us musicians
— Jetti Whitewolf (@JettiWhitewolf) September 29, 2018
i've never heard a song by the offspring that didn't sound like it was filtered through a youtube-to-mp3 converter so honestly i'm starting to wonder if maybe their music is just like that.
— rodent-coded (@asterisxos) September 27, 2018
Just type in YouTube to mp4 converter on google – Majority of them work, you just paste in the link
— Ellé💛 (@BananaSpIatter) September 26, 2018
So my parents were like oh ‘we want to download paath from youtube, kidha kari da’? Showed them how to use a YouTube to mp3 converter & they’re in absolute shock that such thing exists 😂😂 #godbless
— sukhandeep. (@skaurxo) September 18, 2018
If you have a laptop download imovie or the app of your choice. Once you download that and you compile all your videos, head to YouTube type the song you want, copy & paste the link into a YouTube mp3 converter which lets you download the song to your laptop
— gansiito (@TaisMorga) September 16, 2018
Mac Miller was the one that got this sheltered little hick white boy from nowhere to realize that rap can be art. Still remember way back downloading his music from a YouTube converter to put on my MP3 player…..rest easy, Mac.
— Taylor Brandenberger (@TJBrand12) September 7, 2018
Am I the only person in the world who still uses youtube converter lol
— Lady Hol (@_holdol) September 3, 2018