Microsoft divulge the rebranding of Xbox Music to Groove Music upon the imminent release of Windows 10 on July 2015. The rebranding was premeditated to sever the service from Xbox as another platform. As a new branding emerge, it has some features which are most likely the same with other music streaming sites.
You can stream music for free without ads via web player, subscription based service for streaming unlimited music, and procure music at their Windows store. If you’re still thinking of able to download to play your music anytime, anywhere you want without data, then it’s probable. Downloading music is still possible with the alternative method and that is recording the music via usage of audio recorder.
How to Download XBox Music for Free?
To download Groove Music (formerly known as Xbox Music) you need to have an audio recorder first which can be downloadable below.
The best and recommended audio recorder which gives high quality audio, easy user interface and by having the best features.
Note: If you’re planning to record multiple tracks, you need to register to access unlimited recordings and get all the features of Cinch Audio Recorder. You can try the free trial to record some few songs first.
Steps to Download XBox Music
As you can see the image shown, just click the “Start Recording” button to download Groove music. Don’t worry about complicated things since Cinch is easy to use.
Step 2: Go to Groove Music here music.microsoft.
Sign up if you’re new user and get a 30 day trial plus 3 months of groove pass for free. For existing users just sign in and open Groove music web player. You can just continue to sign up for another month of Groove Pass to completely record all the music you want.
Step 3: Play all the music you like to for recording. You can mute or turn on the audio on your computer while recording since it will only record only the core audio to get high quality music.
Step 4: Click “Stop Recording” when you are done.
If you’re recording one music at a time, just wait for 8-15 seconds for the track to appear on Cinch audio recorder playlist menu. For recording multiple songs or playlist, it will still appear for a few seconds even if it’s recording the next song.
After recording, each tracks have already tags (artist, title, and album) due to its ID3 tagging feature which is known to be better than other audio recorders. Its accuracy for nabbing tags are almost 100% which is incomparable from its rival software. Manually inputting tags are seldomly done if you’re using Cinch. Tracks are kept in a specified folder for easier management which you can change later on.