Cinch Audio Recorder

Hello,

Have anyone ever heard of or used Cinch Audio Recorder to convert Spotify music into mp3, and then import to DAW?
I’ve read that is the best and all of that stuff, but it’s giving me lots of headaches…

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You might not need this.

If you’re on Windows, you can simply set a loopback audio device and record any audio playing on your PC into the DAW directly.

If you are on a Mac, you can buy a Loopback audio app to do the same thing.

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How??? :sweat_smile: :sweat_smile: :sweat_smile: :sweat_smile:

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Here’s how to do it in Reaper, should work fine for other DAWs too.

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Mine doesn’t have that… I guess…

IF anyone in the future wonders how to make Howard’s solution work with Amplitube 4, here is the link:

https://www.ikmultimedia.com/faq/?id=1236

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I have seen it in some articles but I didn’t use it ever. Because I got another AudFree Spotify Music Converter from in the articles.
It’s specializing in downloading and converting Spotify music to MP3, no need to have full skills for computers. But Cinch audio recorder is too complicated.

What you can do in Windows is enable the “Stereo Mix” in the recording devices, and use that as your “microphone”. (if it isn’t shown in your recording devices in the sound settings: right click in the area where the devices are listed and make sure to check “show disabled devices”)

But beware: This will record any sound your computer makes, so if you get a Skype message or email during recording, this sound will be on your recording.