If you’re looking for truly unlimited experiences, the chances are that Amazon Music will captivate you almost as much as the other musical streaming service giants out like Spotify, Tidal, and Pandora, all of whom shared championship titles at some point for a good reason. Spotify may very well turn out to be better (but you can always switch). How?
With over 60 million songs available, Amazon Music is a decent selection, to say the least, although when it comes to uploading, mixing, and keeping music it doesn’t really have as many options as the industry’s unequivocal people’s choice Spotify. Oh well, although Amazon Music may not necessarily be everyone’s piece of cake, if you do want to try it but then decide it’s not quite for you, you can always use MusConv to transfer your tracks from the latter to the former.
So how do you mix tracks on Amazon Music? This system, although it doesn’t offer as many in-depth functions like Spotify’s crossfading or Pandora’s world-renowned music discovery algorithms, allows you to simply and effectively pick up and drag tracks from anywhere, be it search results, playlist mix, or album listing – and drop them on the button Play Next. For detailed instructions on how to create playlists on Amazon Music and make the unequivocal best of the experience, check out this guide from Pop Science.
What else can you get from Musconv? Have you ever found yourself on the wrong side of a streaming service’s geo-blocking? Or did you know that all those free tracks aren’t free? Do you wish there was one easy place to find your favorite music no matter where it is hosted, or how much it costs? If so, Musconv is for you.