Can you use Virtual DJ with Spotify? If you have read a few articles that rank by the front, you may see a hot discussion about this topic in Virtual DJ’s forum. The topic about “the ability to play songs from Spotify” was posted in 2018. But there is no indication so far that Virtual DJ and Spotify will get officially integrated.
However, we are not helpless in the face of the ‘Virtual DJ Spotify‘ issue. In the following sections, you can see the latest findings on how to import Spotify to Virtual DJ, which includes Spotify single track, music playlists, podcasts, radio playlists, and even all audio resources from Spotify.
- Part 1. Best Spotify to Virtual DJ Converter
- Part 2. How to Connect Spotify to Virtual DJ
- Video Demo: How to Use Virtual DJ with Spotify
Part 1. Use Virtual DJ with Spotify: Best Spotify to Virtual DJ Converter
Since we can’t link Spotify to Virtual DJ, it is inevitable to get assistance from a third-party Virtual DJ Spotify plugin or something like that. To help you save time in searching for and comparing different products, here I would like to share my latest findings with you, which is named AudKit Spotify Music Converter.
This new generation Spotify converter is much better in performance than the previous generation. The conversion speed is one of its most outstanding features that can keep 5X on average and get 10X when the network traffic is low.
Another amazing feature is the huge compatibility, supporting dozens of input and output formats. AudKit is fully compatible with Spotify songs, playlists, albums, podcasts, radios, audiobooks, and so on. After you import Spotify audios into the converter, you can choose to convert Spotify to MP3, AAC, M4A, M4B, FLAC, WAV, and more common formats.
After finishing Spotify music conversion, you can play, import, and edit Spotify on Virtual DJ with ease. No need for Virtual DJ Spotify premium, no need for Virtual DJ Spotify plugin.
- Support various audio formats such as MP3, FLAC, M4A, etc.
- Save ID3 tags and 100% accuracy of original track
- 5X faster speed to convert Spotify songs
- Batch loading 100 Spotify tracks at a time
As you can see, it is really helpful to make flexible use of AudKit Spotify Music Converter when you want to use Spotify with Virtual DJ. Check the steps below to help you get a further understanding of how to make ‘Spotify Virtual DJ’ work.
Step 1 Drag and drop Spotify song/playlist to AudKit
Please download and install AudKit Spotify Music Converter on your computer first. Open it. The Spotify app will automatically open or reopen if you have launched it before. Now browse your Spotify music library and select the song or playlist you want to mix in Virtual DJ. Long press your selection then drag and drop it to the interface of AudKit. Or you can copy the link of the music item and paste it to the search column in AudKit. Don’t forget to hit the plus icon to finish step 1.
Step 2 Modify output parameters of Spotify for Virtual DJ
Now hit the menu icon from the top-right corner on AudKit’s main window. On the unfolded menu, please choose the ‘Preference’ > ‘Convert’ option. Then reset the output settings for Spotify songs. It is recommended to select the output format as MP3, which is absolutely compatible with Virtual DJ. Then change other parameters for the sound quality of Spotify songs as you prefer. The higher the bitrate and sample rate are, the better the sound quality of Spotify track is.
Step 3 Start to convert and download Spotify music for Virtual DJ
Back to the main page of AudKit. Hit the big ‘Convert’ tab from the bottom-right corner. The program will turn on and accomplishes all tasks in a flash. Once the conversion is over, you can hit the folder icon hanging with a number to see the converted Spotify audio items.
Part 2. How to Import Spotify to Virtual DJ
You can now offline play Spotify music on the local computer. And follow the coming-up tutorial to edit Spotify music on Virtual DJ software step by step.
Step 1. Launch Virtual DJ software on the computer.
Step 2. On the bottom-left corner of the main interface, you can see a ‘Local Music’ tab. This option makes you load audio files from ‘Hard Drives’, ‘iTunes’, and so forth. Click it and unfold the menu to select files from the ‘Converted’ local folder.
Tip: If you are used to loading music from iTunes to Virtual DJ, you can also upload Spotify music to iTunes in advance.
Step 3. Once you add Spotify to Virtual DJ software, you can start to mix Spotify playlists as you like. This method is available for any Spotify Free or Spotify Premium user.
Video Demo: How to Use Spotify with Virtual DJ
Here is a video tutorial for you to learn about how to add Spotify to Virtual DJ. You can watch it to download and convert Spotify songs by using AudKit Spotify Music Converter, then mix Spotify with Virtual DJ.