Sidify Music Converter for Spotify is one of the best Spotify music converters on Windows which can convert any Spotify song with 5X faster speed than other audio recorders do. Furthermore, It converts Spotify audio to MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV format with ID3 tags kept after recording. Please follow the step by step tutorial below to learn about how to use Sidify Music Converter for Spotify quickly.
Before purchasing Sidify Music Converter for Spotify, you can try to download the free trial version of Sidify which allows you to convert the first 3 minutes of each file for sample testing. In order to unlock this limitation, you'll need to purchase a license for registering on the trial version of Sidify program.
Step 1 You can directly click the "" icon to open the registration window below and complete the registration process.
Step 2Copy and paste the registration Email and Code into the registration popup dialog.
Note: The license information is case sensitive. And, please do not add blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
Step 1 Launch Sidify Music Converter and Spotify application will open automatically at the same time.
Step 2 Click "" to open the pop-up window which indicates you to drag and drop the songs or playlist here. Or you can add music by copying the link of playlist or song to clipboard. Open Spotify application, check the songs or playlist you would like to convert, then drag them to Sidify add window.
Step 3 Click the "" button on the main interface, and then there will pop-up a window allowing you to set output format, conversion mode and output quality. In Convert settings, you can choose output format ( MP3, AAC, WAV or FLAC), conversion mode (Intelligent Mode, Spotify Record or YouTube Download), output quality (High 320kbps, Medium 256kbps, Low 128kbps) and output file name. In the output settings, you could change the output folder as required. If you needn't to change output path, the output audio files will be saved under the default folder.
Step 4 When finish customization, click "Convert" button to start conversion. After conversion done, you can find the converted audios by clicking "Converted" tab on the left pannel.
Sidify Music Converter for Spotify allows you to read, add or edit ID3 tag information including title, artist, album, year, genre and track number of both your local audio files and converted Spotify Music.
After conversion is done, you can select a converted audio from the converted list and click on "" to edit the ID3 information. Or you can click on "Tools" - > "Edit Tag" to import and edit ID3 tags for more local audio files.
With built-in "Format Converter", you are allowed to convert your local audio files to MP3, M4A, AAC, WAV, OGG for playback on other more portable devices.
Click on "Tools" - > "Format Converter" to open the "audio converter" window, then add your local songs to this window to convert.
If you wanna continue to burn the output files into CD, you just need to Insert a blank CD disc and click "Burn CD" button to burn the converted Spotfiy music to CD. For more details, please refer to this step-by-step tutorial: How to Burn Spotify music to CD with Sidify Music Converter
Or click on "Tools" - > "Burn CD" to add more local music files and start the burning process.
Sidify Music Converter supports uploading the converted Spotify music or local music to OneDrive and Google Drive for backup. You can follow the steps below:
After conversion is done, you can select the converted Spotify music files and click on "Upload & Share" to open the "upload and share" window, then choose upload to OneDrive or Google Drive.
Or click on "Tools" - > "Upload & Share" to upload and share more music to Cloud Drive.
If you want to continue to import the converted Spotify music to iTunes library, you just need to select the music files from the conversion list and click on "Export to iTunes" to start exporting.
With a built-in audio player, you can play the output audio with Sidify Music Converter directly. To play the converted Spotify music, just simply click on "" button on the track view panel.