Spotify is a streaming music service that allows you to listen to music for free, but with advertisement, if you really don’t like the ads, and want to have Spotify music played on certain devices such as your portable gaming consoles, 3DS, PSP alike, or digital music players, iPod or iTouch which are not supported by the Spotify app. Here’s a tip about how to download, save, rip or record streaming audio from Spotify.
This is a step by step guide about how to download/record music from Spotify with Spotify streaming audio downloader.
First download Spotify downloader, a neat and smooth software that supports to record the streaming audio played through your sound card with perfect output sound quality.
Launch Spotify sound recorder and set record settings, you can set it to record either from speaker or line.
There’s some editing work can be done with Spotify audio streaming recorder, such as changing the sample rate or channel.
Also you can set the output format as wma or m4a other than mp3 if you want.
When you are sure about the output audio is what you desired, click on the record button to have Spotify streaming music on your hard drive.
A little more about Spotify
Spotify is a Swedish music streaming service offering digitally restricted streaming of selected music from a range of major and independent record labels, including Sony, EMI, Warner Music Group, and Universal. Launched in October 2008 by Swedish startup Spotify AB, the service had approximately ten million users as of 15 September 2010, about 2.5 million of whom were paying members. As of May 2012, the service is available in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The system is currently accessible using Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Telia Digital-tv, and mobile devices running iOS (iPod/iPhone/iPad), Android, BlackBerry (limited beta release), Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, S60 (Symbian), webOS, Squeezebox, Boxee, Sonos, WD TV, and MeeGo.