By default will save your music in artist / album subfolders and name the music files as: <track number> - <track title>.
You can change the default save location, directory structure and file name format using TouchCopy options.
Copying Playlists to your computer hard drive
To copy a playlist to your computer hard drive select a playlist and click on "Copy to PC" or the "Copy to Mac" button.
Music in the playlists will be saved to your computer in the folders and file name format you have specified in Options.
For Playlists, TouchCopy also produces an XML file named after the Playlist you are copying. This XML file contains information about the tracks and track order of the Playlist. The XML file can be used to import the playlist into iTunes or the Music app.
Copy Songs From A Search
If copying songs displayed as a result of an TouchCopy search, you have the option to save the songs as a playlist with the same name of the search text. See Options for more details.
As each track is copied onto your hard drive an icon next to that track indicates whether the copy was successful or not. The icons used are for success and for failure.
As a track is successfully copied, TouchCopy will mark the track on your iPad as copied. Whenever you connect your iPod to TouchCopy - TouchCopy will detect the music you have previously successfully copied. See "Copy History" for more information.
Successfully copied tracks will also show in the "Items Copied" report. See Reports for further details.
Adding copied Music or Playlists into iTunes or Music app
You can add the music you just copied into your music library. In iTunes (or the Music app on macOS Catalina or Big Sur), select File->Add folder To Library... from the menu. Select the folder you just saved your music to and click OK.
In a similar way you can add playlists to your music library too. In iTunes/Music, select File -> Library->Import Playlist... Select the XML file saved by TouchCopy with the same name as the playlist you require and click Open.