TunePat Spotify Converter is an ultimate solution to help the users to convert any Spotify songs or playlists at a faster speed than other Spotify music converts do. It is capable of converting Spotify songs or playlists to format with the original audio quality kept. Now, please follow the step-by-step tutorial below to learn how to use TunePat Spotify Converter.
Download PDF User Manual of TunePat Spotify Converter for Mac -- Updated on September 10, 2020.
TunePat allows you downloading the program to have a try before purchasing. But the free trial version can only convert 3 music files at a time and convert the first 3 minutes of each audio. To unlock the time limitation, you need to register for the program.
Step 1Click on the "Menu" bar and click TunePat Spotify Converter. Choose "Register" in the drop-down list, then you will get the register window as below.
Step 2 Then copy and paste the registration Email and Code into the registration popup Window.
Note: The registration information is case-sensitive. And, please do not add a blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
Step 1 Launch TunePat Spotify Converter on Mac, then log in to your Spotify account. Or click SIGN UP to sign up for a Spotify account if you haven't.
Step 2 Then click on the button on the upper right corner to choose the Output Format (MP3/AAC/AIFF/FLAC/WAV), the Output Quality (320kbps, 256kbps, 192kbps, 128kbps), Sample Rate (44.1kHZ, 48 kHZ, 96 kHZ) and Output Path.
Note: If you choose "Auto" as the output format, Tunepat Spotify Converter will convert music at a faster speed.
For better organizing your music library, you can save the output audio files into an organized folder like Artist, Album, Artist/Album, or Album/Artist.
Step 3 Open a playlist, artist or album, then click on the Add button on the bottom right corner and select the songs that you'd like to convert.
Step 4 Click on the "Convert" button to start converting the Spotify songs to the output format you chose.
Step 5 After the conversion is completed, you can click on to find the well-converted music.