- Convert and download Tidal songs as local files
- Batch convert Tidal music tracks with high quality
- Support output formats like M4A, WAV, FLAC, M4B, etc.
- Use Tidal music on GarageBand and any other devices
GarageBand is a line of digital audio workstations for MacOS and iOS devices, which enables users to create music or podcasts with pre-made MIDI keyboards, pre-made loops, an array of various instrumental effects and voice recordings.
"Can I add music from Tidal to GarageBand for editing?" For Tidal users, you may want to ask such a question and also want to know the answer of it. Unfortunately, even if you downloaded the Tidal audio files with subscription, the Tidal music still can't be added to GarageBand directly as Tidal music are being protected.
But please don't worry. With this issue, in this post, we are going to show you the solution on how to import Tidal music to GarageBand for using. Please refer to the post below and learn how to do.
From what we mentioned above, you had known the reason why you can't get Tidal music to GarageBand. Besides, it is well noted that GarageBand supports the audio formats like WAV, MP3, AAC, AIFF, etc. Thus, to use Tidal music on GarageBand successfully, then you need to find a tool to convert and download Tidal music files as plain audio formats and GarageBand supported audio formats.
As for the tool to convert Tidal audios, you will find some online tools when you searched on Google. In order to help you get the best tool, here we would like to recommend DRmare Tidal Music Converter to you.
This smart and professional tool can help rip the encryption from Tidal music files and convert them to MP3, AAC, FLAC and other compatible audio formats of GarageBand. And you can define the other audio parameters, like bit rate, sample rate, etc. according to your needs. Just in several clicks, then you will get the converted Tidal audio tracks and stream them to GarageBand and other devices for using and listening.
In this part, we will guide you how to use DRmare Tidal Music Converter to convert music from Tidal. Before we get started, please download and install the DRmare program on your computer and make sure that your Tidal subscription is still valid. Then you could follow the simple steps below to begin the music conversion.
As you had got the common Tidal music files with the help of DRmare Tidal Audio Converter, here let's move on the guidance below and see how to get Tidal music on GarageBand on Mac/iOS devices
Step 1. Open GarageBand app on your Mac computer.
Step 2. Hit on the 'media' button at the top right corner of GarageBand main interface. Then you will see the sources of local files on your computer.
Step 3. Touch on the local computer folder option and choose the Tidal music files you want to import to GarageBand for editing.
To add Tidal music to GarageBand on iOS devices like iPhone and iPad, you are required to sync the converted Tidal music files to your iTunes library first. Then you can import Tidal to GarageBand from iTunes.
Step 1. Launch iTunes app on your computer and click the 'Menu' bar > 'File' > 'Add Library' to add the converted Tidal music to your iTunes. And please turn on the option of 'iCloud Music Library' by hitting on the 'Edit' > 'Preferences'.
Step 2. Go to GarageBand app on your iPhone or iPad. Click the 'track view' icon to select 'Loop Browser' button in the control bar.
Step 3. Tap 'Music' option to browse the Tidal audios you want to add. Here you could select the Tidal songs you want to edit in GarageBand and confirm to import. Or you could directly drag & drop the audio files to the 'Tracks' view.
Step 4. After that, Tidal music tracks are imported to GarageBand and you could edit them as you like.