What made you decide to subscribe to both Spotify and Tidal?Agreed, if this does nothing more than force Spotify into the lossless offering it should have had already then I applaud it. Currently paying for both a Spotify and tidal account, so would gladly give Spotify an extra 10 a month to consolidate.
Going all in on Amazon does not make sense,I can use Spotify connect to play control my avr, going to Amazon would be a step back, even though I have prime
I actually do the same. For me Spotify has the best UI and music discovery. Playlists are also the best. My wife also finds Spotify the easiest to use especially considering Spotify Connect works so simply with devices in our home. I love Tidal for the quality of the audio and how it integrates with MQA ready devices in my home. I am quite close to bringing it all together with RoonWhat made you decide to subscribe to both Spotify and Tidal?
Lossless audio from tidal. And my Spotify account is shared across 5 Alexa devices in the house, and I have a 9 year old who uses it a lot, once she is playing something it turns it off everywhere else. If Spotify had lossless I'd get a family account with lossless and have a single payment.What made you decide to subscribe to both Spotify and Tidal?
So I find new playlists every week through Reddit. There are whole subreddits dedicated to playlists exchanging and sharing. I'll follow a playlist I like the look of and use STAMP (a mac OS app) to then transfer that data over to Tidal. Sounds a bigger faff that it actually is but I concede its a little silly. I don't think you'd have to be a Spotify subscriber to be able to do this though. Should be fine to do it using a free account on Spotify.
Are they? That's interesting. So Steven Wilson, among many other engineers is lying then when he states: "24/96 Digital Masters were used to cut the vinyl"? Lets consider this further... What CD Master are you talking about? The one used to cut the current, Compressed, mass market CD's? Keep going with that argument if you want big laughs. Engineers have stated, clearly, you cannot use Dynamically compressed CD Masters to cut Vinyl. Full stop. As the vast majority of mainstream titles ARE compressed, what are these magical CD masters you are referring to? Special ones they made but didn't use for the CD, just so they could be used to cut the Vinyl? I think not. Please don't repeat 'internet wisdom' on a site where people making buying choices ta.All vinyl reissues are just CD masters transfered to vinyl