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How to Edit Songs on Spotify? Here is the Solution!

By Claire Wilson

February 26, 2019

"Spotify Music is such a perfect streaming music service, but it would be better if it enables subscribers to edit songs on Spotify. Guys, do you know how to edit song length on Spotify?"


"I am making a video-shooting homework now, everything is perfect except for the background music. I want to add Spotify Music to video projects, but I don't know how to edit songs on Spotify. Anyone can help?"


Most of the Spotify subscribers are satisfied with Spotify Music as it provides instant access to millions of songs - from old favorites to the latest hits. However, the above subscribers have problems with editing songs on Spotify. If you do too, then don't worry, here is the solution!


CONTENTS


Part 1. DRM Restriction on Spotify Music

Spotify is a freemium music service, but you can upgrade to Spotify Premium for removing the limitation of Free plan such as listening to music with ads and not allowing to download Spotify music. If you want to know more about the difference between Spotify Free and Premium, then read Spotify Free vs. Premium: Should I Pay for It. However, as you may know, even if you are Spotify Premium subscribers, you are not allowed to edit the protected Spotify music directly because Spotify music is proprietary and protected with Digital Rights Management (DRM). Therefore, in order to edit songs and playlists on Spotify, it is necessary to remove DRM from Spotify Music.


Part 2. How to Remove DRM from Spotify Music

In case that you are looking for a professional Spotify music DRM removal tool, I hereby recommend you the best one, TuneFab Spotify Music Converter. This powerful program not only enables you to remove DRM protection from Spotify songs, playlists and albums with a few steps, but also gives all Spotify subscribers including Spotify Free subscribers a chance to download Spotify tracks in DRM-free MP3, M4A, WAV, FLAC.

Now I believe that you can't wait to use TuneFab Spotify Music Convert for removing DRM from Spotify Music, if so, follow the ultimate guide as below.


Step 1. Download and Register the Program

Well, first of all, make sure you have installed this reliable program on your computer, if not, then click "Try It Free" button below to download and install it on your computer.


After that, launch the program and then you will see a pop-up window if you have not registered the program. Though TuneFab Spotify Music Converter provides the free trial version, there are several limitations between registered version and trial version such as trial version users can only convert the first 3 minutes of Spotify tracks. 


If you want to have a better experience in removing DRM with TuneFab Spotify Music Converter, then you had better get the registered version by clicking here to pay for it, then enter the activation code you received and click on "Unlock" button.

Note: Also, you can click on "Cancel" button to use the trial version. But if you find the program useful, then just click on "Key" button on the menu bar to get the registered version.

Register the Program


Step 2. Add Spotify Tracks

Click on "Add Files" button and then you will see a new interface as shown below. Then there are 2 methods for adding Spotify tracks, you can select one of them as you like.


Method 1: If you have installed Spotify software on your computer, then once you launch TuneFab Spotify Music Converter, Spotify will be automatically launched at the same time. You can drag and drop music, playlists, albums, etc. from Spotify to the program.


Method 2: You can also copy the song or playlists link from Spotify and then paste it into the search bar.


After that, select songs or playlists that you are going to edit and click on "Add" button to add them to the program.

Add Spotify Tracks


Step 3. Set the Output Options

The next step is to set the output options. Just click on "Options" button, then follow the instructions below.


To select output format:

Go to "Advanced" option and then you are allowed to select MP3, M4A, WAV and FLAC as the output format. Besides, you can change the conversion speed, SampleRate and BitRate according to your needs.

Select Output Format


To change output folder:

Click on "General" option and then you can find the default output folder. You can click on "Select..." button to change another folder as output folder in your preference.

Select Output Folder


Step 4. Convert Spotify Tracks to MP3/M4A/WAV/FLAC

Finally, you can click on "Convert" button on the menu bar to start converting Spotify tracks. When the conversion is finished, you can click on "Folder" button on the menu bar to open the output folder to check the DRM-free Spotify tracks.

Convert Spotify Music


Part 3. Recommended Spotify Music Editor

As now you have already got DRM-free Spotify tracks, you are free to edit them. Referring to music editing softwares. WavePad Sound Editor can be a good choice as it provides an easy-to-use interface for users to edit Spotify tracks including cutting, copying, pasting, deleting, inserting and more, and add audio effects like amplify, normalize, equalizer, echo and so on. What's more, it works on Windows, Mac OS, Android and kindle, and supports various audio formats such as MP3, WAV, WMA, AAC, etc.

WavePad Sound Editor Screenshot


Now, just try to edit Spotify playlists and songs with WavePad Sound Editor, but don't forget to download Spotify tracks in popular audio formats with TuneFab Spotify Music Converter before that. Actually, TuneFab Spotify Music Converter is much powerful than you imagine, if you want to know more about this reliable program, just click here to get more information about it.


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