Among the popular music streaming sites you may know like Spotify, Pandora, and Amazon, Tidal is the only music streaming site which you can get High fidelity music and high definition videos with exclusive content. Mobile bandwidth should be accounted with since it offers higher quality music compare to other music streaming sites. It really works well with 4g or LTE networks with no interruptions but for networks with lower capabilities, it is recommended to listen to your music offline.
There is another way though to listen to Tidal music if mobile bandwidth is a problem or is really an issue. The alternative way is by recording through an audio recorder software. As you may know or tried there are lots of audio recorder claiming its efficiency in recording music streaming sites which is definitely true but the only software that can give you efficiency, straightforwardness, and manageability is Cinch Audio recorder. It can record lossless quality that Tidal offers to their users and it’s ad free.
How to Record Music from Tidal in MP3 Format?
To use Cinch Audio Recorder to record at Tidal will be shown step by step below.
Steps to Record Music from Tidal in MP3 Format Using Cinch Audio Recorder
Step 1: Launch Cinch Audio Recorder.
You need to click “Start Recording” button first before playing any music on Tidal. You don’t have to change some settings or download any other supporting software like a virtual sound card since Cinch only uses the core audio to get a high quality music.
Step 2: Log in to Tidal or sign up with their 30 day free trial.
There is a 30 second free listening if you don’t log in or sign up. If you’re on a 30 day trial choose the subscription Tidal HiFi to get the lossless high fidelity music which has a bitrate of 1411 kbps on FLAC format. The recorded tracks will be then converted to MP3 with 320kbps. Even though FLAC is compressed like MP3 but it is compressed in another way without loss of quality. The tags artist, title and album are automatically placed after each recording. Tracks will show up after a few seconds on the playlist menu. There are times you need to manually edit the tags it at the “Edit ID3” icon which you will seldomly do.
Step 3: If you’re playing a single track, you can click the “Stop recording” button on Cinch.
Playing your playlist is very convenient when recording since what you only need to do is wait for all of your songs to be recorded. I suggest to record all the possible music you may want to hear if you’re still on the free trial.
Step 4: All the recorded songs you save are stored default folder which you can later edit or transfer in a folder of your choice.
As I mentioned before Cinch is very easy to use. You can now listen to your music on your computer or on your smartphone without worrying anymore about mobile bandwidth.