In this article, we’ll explain something you need to know about AIFF format and how to save Spotify music to AIFF format.
AIFF , short for Audio Interface File Format, is an audio file format developed by Apple in the late 80s and is still used today.
AIFF can be called the Apple version of WAV files. Like WAV, AIFF stores data in uncompressed, lossless format, meaning you get no quality loss, just pure sonic enjoyment. But there is one major difference between them. WAV is for Windows, but AIFF audio files work primarily on Mac and iOS devices. AIFF is compatible with a variety of media players, such as Apple iTunes, Windows media player, VLC, and other multi-format media players.
Step1 Download and Launch AudiCable Spotify Music Recorder. Navigate to “Spotify” and click. Then you’re required to log in to your account.
Step2 On the top-right corner of AudiCable, click on a “gear icon” . From the pop-up setting window, you need to choose “AIFF” as the output format for your Spotify songs.
Step3 Choose your preferred Spotify songs, playlist, or albums to play. As soon as you play the song, AudiCable will start recording simultaneously. All recorded Spotify songs are saved in the AIFF format you set before.
Step4 Click the “Recorded” tap, and the “folder icon” behind a song, then you can quickly locate Spotify downloads. Now you can enjoy Spotify freely on all devices that support FLAC format as you want.