How to make a DJ Mix using Spotify at Party—It's ideal to listen to your EDM playlists in DJ mode and dance to them with your friends or coworkers, especially if you have some great EDM tracks. So, we've put together a list of two excellent methods for using Spotify music or playlists to DJ at your party, which you can read about below.
How to make a DJ Mix using Spotify at Party—Now that Spotify has a DJ option, let's look at how to turn it on and use it to DJ at your party. If you don't want your music to be interrupted by adverts or if you want to listen to it offline, you'll need to upgrade to Spotify Premium.
Step 1: Download and install the Spotify app, then sign up if you have not.
Step 2: Create a new playlist. Click File --> New Playlist to create a new playlist and rename it.
Step 3: Add music to the playlist. You can search for the music on Spotify that relates to the party you’re DJing, and then add them to the playlist you created. Or you can add local music files from your computer.
Step 4: Connect the audio system. You can connect the audio system like surround sound, Bluetooth speakers, or adapters if you have one.
Step 5: Make Spotify crossfade songs. To play the upcoming track without any gap in audio and create a danceable atmosphere, you will need to set up a crossfade. Click Edit --> Preferences, then scroll down to the Playback section. Enable the Crossfade tracks option and adjust the time.
Professional DJs will want specialized DJ software to remix the audios on their own. Of course, a comprehensive music library is required, and fortunately, Spotify and other DJ software have an official integration, allowing you to immediately access streamed music for DJing (Spotify Premium is needed). But what about the ones that don't have Spotify built-in?
Don't worry, we'll show you how to use Spotify songs or playlists on any DJ program without having to pay for Spotify Premium. All you have to do is download the digital copy of Spotify music (MP3, AAC, WAV) using third-party software, then load the digital copy of Spotify music or playlists into DJ software and alter or rebuild them as needed.
Sidify Music Converter—Here you may download and install Sidify Music Converter, the most popular Spotify music downloader, to convert streamed Spotify music, playlists, and podcasts to digital copy formats like MP3, AAC, FLAC, or WAV while maintaining 100% original quality. All ID3 Tags and metadata, such as title, artwork, artist, album, and track number, will be kept after downloading to help you organize your music library. Let's have a look at how to download and upload Spotify music to DJ software without having to pay a subscription fee.
Step 1: Run Sidify Music Converter
You can download and install Sidify Music Converter on a PC or Mac machine, then launch it. Spotify app will be launched automatically alone Sidify Music Converter.
Click on button on Sidify main interface and then an adding window will be there to indicate you adding a Spotify track or playlist. You can copy the Spotify song and playlist link to the clipboard, or drag & drop a song and playlist to Sidify Music Converter directly.
Step 3: Choose the Output Format
Click on button in the upper right corner and a dialogue will be shown to let you choose the output format, conversion mode, output quality and output path. Here you can choose MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF or ALAC as the output format, and adjust the audio bitrate to 320kbps to keep the best sound quality.
Note: Sidify Music Converter also allows you to save the output audio files into folders such as Artist, Album, Artist/Album, and Album/Artist.
Step 4: Start Downloading Spotify Music
After you've completed all of the options, click the "CONVERT" button to begin downloading Spotify songs or playlists in the plain audio format of your choice. After the conversion is complete, simply click the "Converted" button to view the Spotify music that was successfully downloaded to your local drive.
Step 5: Load the Download Spotify Music to DJ Software—DJ More Music
Now you can open any DJ software you have and import the Spotify songs or playlist into the library. You can then play them at your party or mix the audio as you want.
The two approaches for using Spotify music to DJ at a party are described in detail above. Method 1 is simple and straightforward, and all you need is a Spotify Premium account to use it. Method 2 is a comprehensive solution that works with both Spotify Premium and Free accounts, and it's particularly handy for those who wish to download a digital copy of Spotify music and remix it themselves.
Note: The trial edition of Sidify Music Converter allows us to convert the first 3-minutes of audio from Spotify for testing purposes; however, you can purchase the full version to remove the time restriction.
How to make a DJ Mix using Spotify at Party—At a party, there are two terrific methods to DJ with Spotify playlists. If you have Spotify Premium, using Spotify DJ mode may be a better option. Method 2 is your only option if you don't have a membership. Furthermore, it allows you to DJ Spotify in any DJ program. Without Premium, you can listen to Spotify songs offline and remix Spotify audios in any manner you like.
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