"Is there any way to record or add Spotify songs into Logic Pro X? I would like to import my tracks into Logic so that I could mix them. Any answer is greatly appreciated!"
Undoubtedly, Logic Pro X is one of the most professional digital audio workstations and MIDI sequencer software applications for the macOS system. Till now, you can create projects with up to 1000 audio tracks and run hundreds of plug-ins on Logic Pro, which makes it possible to complete any complicated task.
But can this powerful music production software upload Spotify songs? If that's possible, not only you'll have a greater option of pop songs, you can also use multiple smart tools available in Logic Pro X to create unique works. Just read on and you'll get the best answers on how to import Spotify music to Logic Pro X.
As Spotify is a streaming platform that encrypts its songs as encoded OGG Vorbis files, we don't have a choice to directly move their library to any Apple software, like Logic Pro X, iMovie, Final Cut Pro X, and more. In which case, to add music from Spotify to Logic Pro software, you need a Spotify Music converting tool to help you record Spotify songs as plain MP3s first.
There're all kinds of Spotify music converters in the market, while NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter must be the optimal choice with more stable performance, easier operation, and free technical support. With its help, you can efficiently record and convert Spotify music to plain MP3, AAC, FLAC, AIFF, or WAV audio format. What's more, NoteBurner always pays attention to the lossless converting audio quality. Your selected Spotify music will be recorded in 1:1 output.
Things you need: Spotify Free / Premium, NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter for Mac, a computer with Mac OS, and Logic Pro X.
In the next part we will show you how to record Spotify music and move Spotify tracks to Logic Pro X on Mac computer. Please download this useful NoteBurner tool on your computer first before getting started.
Tap the "+" icon on the main interface, where the pop-up window will prompt you to copy and paste the Spotify song or playlist link to NoteBurner. Follow the instruction to add Spotify music to NoteBurner for parsing.
Tap the button "Setting" on the upper right, and choose your preferred output format (MP3, AAC, FLAC, AIFF, or WAV), output quality, output folder, etc.
Tap the "Convert" button on the bottom right to start to record your Spotify songs. After mins, the selected Spotify playlist will be saved as MP3s on Mac locally.
By clicking the "Converted" tab or directly going to the output folder you customized in Step 2, you can find all the converted Spotify songs in MP3 format. Now, let's try to import Spotify playlist to Logic Pro.
1) Launch the iTunes/Music app on your Mac, go to "File > Add File to Library" and direct to the converted Spotify songs for uploading.
2) Launch Logic Pro X on your Mac, and create a regular audio track.
3) Then tap "File > Import > Audio File", directly locate the Spotify music files you just converted and finish the steps to upload Spotify track to Logic.
Finally, all of your Spotify music has been added to Logic Pro X! If you are a music producer and also use other DJ software, including Serato DJ, Traktor DJ, Virtual DJ, or Rekordbox, NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter will never let you down. As one of the most widely-used audio recorders, NoteBurner helps to losslessly convert any songs from both Spotify Free and Spotify Premium platforms to open-source MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, AIFF format. In addition, most of the ID3 tags and metadata will be also preserved after conversion.
Currently, NoteBurner provides a free trial version that allows you to convert the first 3 minutes of each song. You can buy the full version to unlock this limitation and enable all its features. And it is suggested to download the trial version and test if it meets your needs for Spotify music converting.
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