Wanna use Spotify music with Mixxx DJ software? This post will guide you how to convert Spotify music to MP3 files via TunesBank Spotify Music Converter, and then you can add Spotify to Mixxx for mixing and editing without restrictions.

“How can I use Mixxx with Spotify music? I am going to import Spotify to Mixxx for producing the music.”

Mixxx is an open-source and free DJ mixing software that is a great start for DJ beginners. It has everything you need to mix new tracks. And it supports most of the universal audio formats, so that you can add your own music files to mix and edit. So can you use Spotify music with Mixxx DJ App? As Spotify music library provides over 70 million high-quality tracks. Thus, if you want to find some music tracks to mix, Spotify is the best choice! However, when you try to add Spotify to Mixxx, you may be disappointed.

In fact, Mixxx doesn’t integrate with Spotify, which means there is no a directly way to import Spotify to Mixxx. So is it possible to download Spotify music to add Spotify to Mixxx for mixing? As everyone knows, Spotify is a world-famous streaming music service, it only allows Premium users to download Spotify music for offline playback. However, all Spotify tracks are in encrypted format with DRM, which can only be used within Spotify App. Therefore, users can not use Spotify music with Mixxx App and other applications. If you want to use Mixxx with Spotify tracks, you need to get the rid of the DRM protection from Spotify tracks and convert Spotify music to MP3 or some other common audio formats compatible with Mixxx.

Use Spotify Music with Mixxx: Tool Required

All you need is a powerful Spotify music converting assistant named TunesBank Spotify Music Converter. It will remove ads and DRM protection from Spotify tracks. And it is tailored for all of Spotify users, you can use it to download Spotify music whether you are Spotify Premium or Free users. To import Spotify to Mixxx App, it allows you to convert Spotify music to MP3, FLAC and more plain audio formats supported by Mixxx. In this way, you can get unprotected Spotify music files on your local drive, then you are able to add Spotify to Mixxx with ease.

To work better on Mixxx with Spotify, TunesBank will retain the ID3 tags and metadata info in the converted Spotify music files, including title, artist, album, etc. It enables you to find the tracks you want to use Mixxx with Spotify music easily. By utilizing the advanced technology, TunesBank helps you to preserve every converted track as 100% original audio quality. With TunesBank, you can import Spotify to Mixxx, Traktor DJ, VirtualDJ and more DJ programs or Canva, VLLO video editors.

Key Features of TunesBank Spotify Music Converter:

  • Unlock DRM encryption from Spotify music tracks/podcasts.
  • Download Spotify music without Spotify Premium account.
  • Convert Spotify music to MP3, FLAC to use Mixxx with Spotify.
  • Use Spotify music with Mixxx for editing, mixing and more.
  • Keep 100% original audio quality, ID3 tags and metadata info.
  • Import Spotify to Mixxx, Traktor DJ without any restrictions.
  • Work at 5X faster conversion speed, batch converting at once.

Detailed Process: Use Spotify Music with Mixxx DJ Software

Now it is time to use Mixxx with Spotify music. First of all, you need to convert Spotify music to MP3 format via TunesBank Spotify Music Converter. After conversion, you will get the DRM-free Spotify music files on your local drive, and add Spotify to Mixxx DJ software without restrictions.

Step 1. Run TunesBank Spotify Music Converter
Download and install TunesBank Spotify Music Converter on your Windows or Mac computer. Open the program and enter in via “Open the Spotify web player”.

launch Spotify Music Converter

Then log into your Spotify Premium or Free account.

login your Spotify account

Step 2. Add Spotify Tracks to TunesBank
TunesBank offers the easiest way to import Spotify music to the converter. You can just drag the desired Spotify tracks to the bubble “+” icon on the left.

Add Spotify Songs

In the pop-up window, pick the one or the whole playlist you want to convert, TunesBank will analyze them automatically.

select Spotify Songs

Step 3. Select MP3 as Output Format
To use Mixxx with Spotify music, you can set the output format as MP3 or FLAC supported by Mixxx. MP3 is the most recommended format, because it can compatible with the most devices and players.

select mp3 format

Just click the “settings” icon, and hit on “Preference” > “Advanced” button to select the output format as MP3, and you are able to define other output parameters including bit rate, sample rate and more options.

aujust output settings

Step 4. Start to Convert Spotify Music to MP3
When everything is ready, click the “Convert All” or “Convert X Items” to start to convert Spotify music to MP3 audio format with metadata info kept.

convert spotify songs to mp3

Later, you can get the unprotected Spotify music files via “Finished” > “View Output File” button. Then you are able to add Spotify to Mixxx for mixing or editing a new track.

get mp3 music files

Step 5. Add Spotify to Mixxx DJ Software
Activate the Mixxx App on your computer. It will automatically scan and load music from your local music folders if this is the first time you use it. If not, click the “Add” button manually to find the “Converted” folder. Or you can link other local music folders to Mixxx library. Lastly, directly drag the track to the waveform display to add Spotify to Mixxx DJ software.

Final Words
Whether you’re DJing at a house party, working at a nightclub, or broadcasting at a radio, Mixxx can satisfy your requirements. But there is no integration between Spotify and Mixxx, you can not use Spotify music with Mixxx directly. TunesBank Spotify Music Converter comes to help you to convert Spotify music to MP3 or other formats, then you are able to import Spotify to Mixxx with ease.

Mixxx with Spotify


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