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How to Use Soundiiz and TuneMyMusic to Migrate Your Playlists to Beatsource LINK

Tips and Tricks: Soundiiz & TuneMyMusic

The Beatsource LINK streaming service for open-format DJs is now supported by Soundiiz and TuneMyMusic, two separate services that allow users to transfer their playlists between music streaming platforms. On this episode of Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx shows us how to use the two apps to transfer playlists from Spotify to Beatsource LINK.

Using Soundiiz or TuneMyMusic, Beatsource LINK subscribers can transfer their playlists from services like Spotify and Apple Music to Beatsource LINK, and instantly DJ with them. SoundCloud, TIDAL, YouTube, Amazon Music, Deezer, and Google Play Music are also supported.

Soundiiz offers two plans: free and premium at $3 a month. The free version lets DJs transfer one playlist at a time, whereas the premium version enables DJs to transfer multiple playlists at once and sync them.

A paid version of TuneMyMusic enables users to sync playlists between services. It costs $4.50 a month or $2 a month when billed annually.

Launched in May, LINK is available in popular DJ software such as Serato DJ (beta), Denon DJ Engine OS (beta), Pioneer DJ rekordbox, VirtualDJ, Algoriddim djay, and djay Pro, and Hercules DJUCED.

Watch Mojaxx’s walkthrough above and start your free trial of LINK here.

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Transfer Your Spotify, Apple Music Playlists to Beatsource LINK With TuneMyMusic App

TuneMyMusic

TuneMyMusic
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The Beatsource LINK streaming service for open-format DJs is now supported by TuneMyMusic, a free app that lets users transfer their playlists between music streaming platforms.

Using TuneMyMusic, Beatsource LINK subscribers can transfer their playlists from services like Spotify and Apple Music to Beatsource LINK, and instantly DJ with them. SoundCloud, TIDAL, YouTube, Amazon Music, Deezer, and Google Play Music are also supported.

A paid version of TuneMyMusic enables users to sync playlists between services. It costs $4.50 a month or $2 a month when billed annually.

Launched in May, LINK is available in popular DJ software such as Serato DJ (beta), Denon DJ Engine OS (beta), Pioneer DJ rekordbox, VirtualDJ, Algoriddim djay, and djay Pro, and Hercules DJUCED.

Start your free trial of LINK here and start transferring your playlists on TuneMyMusic’s website.

Related Post: Beatsource LINK Is Now Available in Denon DJ Devices

Beatsource LINK Is Now Available in Denon DJ Devices

Denon Beatsource LINK

Denon Beatsource LINK
Beatsource LINK in Denon DJ (Source: Beatsource)

The Beatsource LINK streaming service for open-format DJs is now available in all Denon DJ Prime series devices. The integration has been introduced in the public beta of the Engine OS 1.6 software, which powers devices such as the SC6000 player and Prime 4 controller.

The Denon integration follows Beatsource’s announcement earlier this week that LINK is coming to Serato DJ in October.

Launched in May, LINK enables DJs to stream tracks from the Beatsource library in their DJ software, along with thousands of playlists. In addition to Denon DJ, LINK is also available in Pioneer DJ rekordbox, VirtualDJ, Algoriddim djay and djay Pro, and Hercules DJUCED.

Get a free trial of LINK here and learn how to use LINK with the public beta of Engine OS 1.6 here.

Related Post: Beatsource LINK Is Coming to Serato DJ

First Look: Serato DJ Pro 2.4 and Lite 1.4 Public Beta

Serato DJ Pro Beta First Look

Earlier today, Serato announced the public beta of Serato DJ Pro 2.4 and Lite 1.4. On this episode of Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx takes a first look at Serato’s new beta versions, which feature both Beatsource and Beatport LINK integration and other new features.

Download the public beta of Serato DJ Pro 2.4 or Lite 1.4 here and try Beatsource LINK for free here.

Watch Mojaxx’s first look above.

Related Post: Beatsource LINK Is Coming to Serato DJ

Beatsource LINK Is Coming to Serato DJ

Beatsource LINK x Serato DJ

Beatsource LINK x Serato DJ

Beatsource has announced that its streaming service for open-format DJs will be available in Serato DJ Pro 2.4 and Lite 1.4 in October. The highly anticipated integration brings Beatsource LINK to the most popular DJ software in the world.

Those who don’t want to wait can test LINK in the public beta versions of Serato DJ Pro 2.4 or Lite 1.4, which are available now. DJs who participate in the beta will have the opportunity to improve LINK in Serato DJ before its official release.

Launched in May, LINK lets DJs stream tracks from the Beatsource library, including thousands of playlists directly from their DJ software. In addition to Serato DJ, LINK is also available in Pioneer DJ rekordbox, VirtualDJ, Algoriddim djay and djay Pro, and Hercules DJUCED. More integrations are expected soon.

Try LINK for free here and get access to the public beta of Serato DJ Pro 2.4 or Lite 1.4 here.

Related Post: Migrate Your Spotify Playlists to Beatsource LINK With Soundiiz

DJ TLM: How to Migrate Your Spotify Playlists to Beatsource LINK

Yesterday, we announced Beatsource LINK‘s compatibility with music migration service Soundiiz. The service allows DJs to seamlessly transfer their playlists from Spotify into Beatsource LINK. This integration has come just in time, following the end of Spotify’s support for DJ software earlier this week.

Beatsource LINK is currently available in Pioneer DJ rekordbox, Algoriddim djay and djay Pro, VirtualDJ, and Hercules DJUCED, with more integrations being announced soon.

In a special episode of DJcityTV’s Share The Knowledge, DJ TLM shows how to transfer playlists from Spotify to Beatsource LINK using Soundiiz.

Sign up for a free month of LINK here, sign up for Soundiiz here, and watch TLM’s walkthrough above.

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