Performed a full system restore and lost all your music files? Or Windows Media Player moved your music from off the storage drive and put them in the C drive, but you mistakenly deleted them? In most cases, the music files should be still in your computer and you can get them back if they are not overwritten by new data. Or else, they are no doubt gone forever. To recover music, you need to draw support from third party music recovery tool.
Music recovery software can quickly scan hard drive and find out deleted or lost music files, even if they are emptied from recycle bin. It supports diversified audio formats including mp3, ogg, ape, flac, aif, mid, mpg, etc. You can also use it to rescue music from other removable media, for example, MP3 player, MP4, memory card, memory stick, USB and so on. A Mac version is also provided here. If you a Mac fan and lost your valuable songs, go to use Music recovery for Mac Software.
If the music file was deleted from hard drive, run Muisc Recovery and choose partition where the deleted songs placed and Music option. Then click "Scan". If songs were lost from other storage devices, connect the devices to PC with USB porter and highlight removable media to begin scan.
Music files with the same file signature dividedly listed in the screen. You can select the file and click play button to verify which songs are what you wanted to rescue. Then click "Recover" to proceed with recovery.
For security consideration, please don't save the recovered songs on the same partition or removable media.
Here is a short guide on how to recover music on Mac with Mac music recovery.