How to Play Spotify Music on the Raspberry Pi?

What is Raspberry Pi?

Raspberry Pi is a small-sized and low-cost computer that can be inserted into your TV or other devices, which is also needed to use a keyboard and a mouse to control. Although it's a small computer, it is regarded as a media player server, game player, etc., so it can fulfill what you expect a desktop computer to do, such as playing games, watching videos, listening to music and so on. What's more, this computer is also suitable for all ages to explore computing and understand how computers work.

Though it is liked a full-sized computer, if you want to play Spotify Music on it, you need some steps to let it play, because the Raspbian doesn't support any programs out of the box. So here comes the question — “What should I Do to listen to Spotify Music on the Raspberry Pi?” Please take it easy. Now we will show you an easy solution of how to play Spotify Music on Raspberry Pi.

A Best Spotify Music Converter for DRM Removal from Spotify Music

As Spotify music files are under the protection of DRM so that it cannot be allowed to play on any other media box other than Spotify's media player device. Luckily, we have a best DRM removal software for you to let you enjoy Spotify Music freely.

This software is named DRmare Spotify Music Converter for Mac. It is a converter that can help you remove DRM protection from all Spotify music files with free accounts, such as songs, playlists and albums. And with this program, you can download and extract Spotify music files from OGG Vorbis to DRM-free MP3, WAV, AAC and other audio formats that are playable on MP3 players. Moreover, you can playback the converted Spotify Music files on any devices.

Now you can download DRmare Spotify Music Converter for free trial. Next are the detail processes of using this software.

DRmare Converter for Spotify Music

drmare spotify song converter
  • Get rid of DRM and download Spotify music for playback offline
  • Can choose and set multiple output formats and parameters
  • Keep lossless quality as the original audio and tag the converted music
  • Play converted Spotify music files on any mobile devices, etc.
Step 1Install DRmare Spotify music converter

Download and install DRmare Spotify Music Converter according to the installation instruction on your computer.

Step 2Load Spotify music files to the software
load spotify songs

Double click the shortcut icon from the desktop to launch the software, and it will load your Spotify Music app automatically. And then find the songs or playlists on Spotify Music you want to add and drag them to the main interface of the program, or copy and paste the link of Spotify Music tracks to the search box, which is on the top of the main interface, to search the songs and add the music files.

Step 3Select and adjust the output formats and other parameters
define output formats

After adding the music files into DRmare, you can head to choose the output formats and other settings for your songs by clicking the menu bar at the upper right and choose “Preferences”. In the "Preferences" window, you can set the output format as MP3 or others as the list showed. In addition, you are allowed to customize the bit rate, channel and other parameters.

Step 4 Download and convert Spotify music to MP3
get rid of drm from spotify music

Once the above settings are ready, you can click “convert” button and it will start converting. And you just need few seconds to wait for it to complete the music files you add.

Step 5Transfer converted Spotify music to Raspberry Pi

When the whole conversion is completed, you can locate and check the converted files on your computer and transfer them to your Raspberry Pi. And then you can freely play and enjoy Spotify Music tracks on your Raspberry Pi.

In conclusion

According to the above steps, we hope you can get rid of the DRM-ed Spotify Music and play the songs offline at any time and anywhere. Moreover, you can transfer music to your Raspberry Pi as well as use it as an media player to play Spotify Music freely.

May 15, 2019 3:32 pm

Posted by Harry Zamorski to Spotify Music Tips

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