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Thanks, soma. I have the same opinion as you about the relative virtues of Spotify vs Tidal. In fact, this afternoon I spent quite a bit of time going through Spotify's Browse/Discover recommendations and if something sounded good or would be worth more at length listening, manually searching for it on Tidal and saving it there. Kinda tedious. So...thanks for the heads up. Sounds like Soundiz could be helpful. By the way, I have an Auralic Aries Mini and use the DS Lightning App.
Thanks v much for your reply ghost. If it wasn’t for you, my reccomendation might never have seen the light of day!
Another good implementation here is to link your Spotify account with Shazam. You can then sync the Shazam Spotify playlist via Soundiz and see your Shazams on Tidal and Lightening DS/Roon etc.
Yes, Tidal has the best audio quality. If you would like to switch Spotify to Tidal and don't want to miss your music library on Tidal, you can use Spotify Music Converter to download Spotify songs and playlists to local computer and then upload them to your Tidal account.
Good news is that you can now purchase this software at 30% off from this Thanksgiving Sale Activity. Have a nice music trip.
Thanks for your detail guide to teach us how to link Spotify playlists in this way. The trouble to me is about how to get a best Spotify downloader to download Spotify and play offline on any devices without limitation. We know all Spotify free users can enjoy online, no right to download and play offline. But now, we can use a tool to help us, it is named Tuneskit Spotify Music Converter, you can use it to remove DRM from Spotify and convert to MP3, M4A, M4B, AAC, WAV, FLAC, etc at 30x speed without hampering the quality.
Another very useful program to move Spotify playlists to Tidal is STAMP. For a small fee for the premium service (paid only once) you can get unlimited conversions. There are lots of other playlist conversions available - Deezer, Apple Music, Pandora, just to name a few.