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How to Record Spotify Songs as MP3 Files

When it comes to streaming music services, most people would think of Spotify, the most popular giant in the streaming world, with 271 million active users.

Different from many other streaming music services, Spotify is a freemium service, who offers basic features - getting access to the massive music library, organizing playlists, explore new music and so on, to Spotify Free users with advertisements and limitations. Compared to Free users, Spotify paid subscribers are provided with additional features, including listen to ad-free Spotify songs, get improved streaming quality, download up to 10,000 songs for offline listening …

Though Spotify provides us with all kinds of good features, it may disappoint us in some ways. As we all know, Spotify, like any other music streaming service, adopts encryption protection to restrict us to listen to Spotify songs only within Spotify app and deny us downloading songs from Spotify as real local files for transferring. To get rid of the limitations, as a result, a great number of Spotify users turn to Spotify recorders to record songs from Spotify to a popular format, like MP3.

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In this article, we are going to show you a simple yet efficient way, which can record Spotify music to MP3 format, by applying the best Spotify recorder – NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter, which works perfectly for both Spotify Free users and Spotify paid subscribers.


About NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter

NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter is a professional Spotify recorder which is able to get rid of the ads from Spotify Free and record Spotify songs to MP3, AAC, WAV & FLAC formats with lossless audio quality. Here are the key features of the program:

  • Record Spotify song, playlist, podcast;
  • Convert Spotify Music to plain MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC;
  • Record songs at faster speed with 100% lossless quality kept;
  • Keep ID3 tags after conversion;
  • Burn Spotify music to CD easily;
  • Upload Spotify music to OneDrive;
Record Spotify Music

How to Record Spotify Songs to MP3 Format

NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter supports both Windows and Mac OS. Here we will take Windows version as an example to guide you to record Spotify songs to MP3 format step by step. For Mac users, please refer to How to Record Spotify Music to MP3 on Mac for detailed steps.

Step 1: Download, Install and Launch NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter

Step 2: Add Spotify Music to the Program

To import your music to NoteBurner, please directly drag and drop the playlist from Spotify to the rectangular box of the main interface or you can copy and paste the link and click the button "+".

add Spotify songs to NoteBurner

Step 3: Choose MP3 as the Output Format

Click the button on the top-right to choose output format. In Convert settings, you can choose output format (MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV), conversion mode (Intelligent Mode, Spotify Record or YouTube Download), output quality (Very High 320kbps, High 256kbps, Medium 192kbps, Low 128kbps) and more.

Set Output Format

Step 4: Record Spotify Songs to MP3 Format

Click the "Convert" button to start conversion. Once the conversion is finished, all the Spotify songs you selected in Step 2 will have already been converted and downloaded to the output folder you set in previous step.

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By clicking the "Converted" button or directly going to the output folder you customized in Step 3, you can find all the recorded Spotify songs in MP3 format.

Note: The free trial version of NoteBurner Spotify Music Converter enables you to convert the first 3 minutes of each song. You can buy the full version to unlock the limitation.



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