Tutorial of Spotie Music Converter for Windows
NoteCable Spotie Music Converter is a professional Music downloading tool for both free or Premium users. It helps you download music or playlists to plain formats with high audio quality kept. Please follow the step-by-step tutorial below to learn how to use NoteCable Spotie Converter on your PC.
How to Register NoteCable Spotie Music Converter
Step 1: Run NoteCable Spotie Music Converter on Windows, you can directly click on the icon or click on the icon and select "Register" to open the registration window as below.
Step 2: Copy and paste the registration Email and Code you received 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.
How to Use NoteCable Spotie Music Converter to Download to MP3/AAC/WAV/FLAC/AIFF
Step 1: Use Your Account to Login Spotify Web Player.
Launch NoteCable Spotie Music Converter on your computer, then log in to your music account.
Note: NoteCable will not take any information out of your account.
Step 2: Set Output Format or Output Path
Click on the button on the upper right corner, you can set the Output Format as MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV or AIFF. What's more, you can also select the Output Quality and change the Output Folder according to your own needs.
For better organizing your music library, you can save the output audio files into the folders sorted out by Artist, Album, Artist/Album, or Album/Artist. In addition, NoteCable allows you to customize the name of the output files and save the output audio files in the same order as the original playlist.
Step 3: Add Music and Playlists to NoteCable
Choose a playlist, artist, album or podcast, click on the "Add" button. Now you can select the songs you'd like to download.
Step 4: Start to Download Music
Click on the "Convert" button to start downloading music progress.
Step 5: Locate the Downloaded Music Files
Once the downloading finished, click on the icon to locate the downloaded music from the local folder.