Keep Tidal Music Playable After 30 Days Free Trial
Historically, Tidal has catered to the audiophile more than any other music service by offering standard lossless tier at CD quality. As for the commercial plan, TIDAL provides a 30-day free trial period to all new customers on both Premium and HiFi subscription tiers. And if this is your first time using Tidal Music, you can just get the stream service for free. You will be able to freely download the music for offline playing during the free trial period. It is worth noting that, the downloaded music in Tidal cloud space won't be available if your 30 days free trial is ended. But here we are going to tell you how you can take a good advantage of your 30 days free trial and get Tidal Music downloaded to play forever after the trial. As you might have guessed, it is to get Tidal Music downloaded to local disks instead of Tidal's private domain. By this way, the encoded restrictions posed on the original Tidal Music will be removed. Plus, you will gain the Tidal Music existing as audio files and save on your preferred players. At the end of the article, we give you a video on how to make it.
To get Tidal Music locally downloaded, we will need a technical tool Tidabie Tidal Music Converter. This good guy is wonderful for everything you want for an audio converter. First and foremost, Tidabie works to downloaded music from online to offline, saving the downloaded songs to your computer local path. Sound quality will be kept the same HIFI level as you stream it online. Even though you run out of the free trial, you don’t necessarily renew the plan but still keep music available on computer for playing. So let's go to the detailed steps on how to download Tidal Music for a permanent saving.
STEP 1 Download Tidabie Tidal Music For A Start
At first, you need to download Tidabie Tidal Music Converter onto your computer. Carefully choose the correct version to be compatible with your computer. By the way, if you have both laptop and desktop, which are both Windows (or MacOS), you can get only one Windows/Mac license to work it out.
STEP 2 Access Tidal Web Player within Tidabie
Then enter into Tidabie Tidal Web Player by clicking on the 'Open Tidal Web Player' notice on Tidabie's homepage. Following, go with your preferred way to log in as a Tidal user. After that, you can visit Tidal music library with ease.
STEP 3 Set up Tidal Music Output Formats
Okay, you need to make some changes if you want to keep the songs playable on different players. On the settings part, you can set up the output formats, which decides what the Tidal Music will converter to. Usually, MP3 format is the common one that most people will choose to convert. But if you are looking forward to HIFI sound quality after conversion, you can pick up the FLAC, WAV or AIFF.
Output Format: MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV and AIFF
Output Quality: 128kbps, 192kbps, 256kbps, 320kbps (FLAC/WAV/AIFF is default set as HiFi quality)
Output Folder: Create a path on the computer to store the audio file after conversion.
Output File Name: Track Number/Title/Artist/Album/Playlist Index
Output Organized: Artist, Album, Artist/Album, Album/Artist
STEP 4 Extract Tidal Music Playlist and Songs to Convert
Under Tidabie Converter, you are allowed to convert songs in batch or convert the whole playlist. So you enter into one of the playlists that you want to download, and then instruct the 'Add to list' notice at the bottom right. Tidabie will read and extract all the songs in another window for a selection. You just tick off the ones that you would love to convert. And finally hit on the 'Convert' instruction to start.
STEP 5 Go and Check the Downloaded on Computer Local Path
As long as the selected songs finished converting, you can go to the 'History' column to find out the converted Tidal Music. By tapping the folder icon beside the song, you can reach out the downloaded audios at the computer local path. From now on, you can play Tidal Music on your computer at the absence of Tidal subscription things at all.
As smart as you are, Tidabie Tidal Music Converter is to download Tidal Music to your physical storage, and you will keep the music playable even though you run out of 30 days free trial. You can take good advantage of the 30 days free trials to download your desired Tidal songs for offline storage. And for you, it doesn’t matter a lot if you plan for a renewal subscription right now or later.