Music using Apple without replacing the iTunes library

I have a carefully organized iTunes library consisting of more than 2000 CDs ripped in high quality AIFF 16/44 and more than 1000 LPs ripped in high quality AIFF 24 / 96.  I corrected mistakes in album art and metadata over the last decade in the construction of this library.

I am interested in the plan on the part of Apple music family.  We have 3 AppleTV that I would be able to use the service on 3 iPhones and 3 iPads.

What should I do to make sure that I don't experience that some have, there where Apple music begins to overwrite all files and associated data in my current iTunes library folder with files of quality lower and data from Apple's music?

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I don't think he could emphasize enough that you need to secure a complete backup of your existing music and the iTunes library files that you have obviously invested a lot of time in. Only then would consider allowing music to Apple.

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