Step 1. Navigate to the top right of TuneCable, then tap on the "Menu" icon. In the drop-down list, choose "Register". Or you can directly click on the "Registration Key" in the upper right. Afterward, the registration window will pop up.
Step 2. We will email the license to you soon after the purchase. Simply copy and paste the registration Email and Code into the registration popup dialog.
Note: The registration info is case-sensitive. Please do not add a blank at the beginning or the end of the word.
Let's take a look at how to download songs, albums, and playlists from Tidal to a local Mac.
Step 1. Start Tidal Music Downloader on Mac.
Download and install this TuneCable Tidal Music Downloader on your Mac, then start this program. The Tidal Music app will be initiated automatically.
Step 2. Add Tracks or Playlists from Tidal to TuneCable.
To add songs from Tidal you need to convert, locate the preferred album or playlist on Tidal Music, then drag and drop the playlist to TuneCable. Otherwise, you can copy and paste the link of the playlist to TuneCable and click "Parse".
Step 3. Set Up the Output Parameters.
In the top right corner of the TuneCable homepage, hit on the "Settings" button. When you see the pop-up setting window, you are allowed to change the output preferences as you wish, including conversion mode, bit rate, sample rate, output folder, output file name, output organized way, etc. The changes will be applied automatically.
Step 4. Start the Conversion.
If you don't need to add more songs from Tidal, click "OK". Then make a confirmation to the selected Tidal tracks and click "Convert". The conversion will be launched immediately. Once the process is completed, you can enjoy the free playback of the Tidal songs freely.
After that conversion, you can explore the built-in tools to unlock more functions of this music converter.
Run TuneCable, click on "Tools" on the main interface, and then open "Format Converter". Click "+Add" to import local audio files. Also, you are allowed to drag and drop audios to this format converter from Mac directly. It enables you to convert the local songs to MP3, M4A, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, and OGG formats.
Run TuneCable, click on "Tools" on the main interface, and then hit on "Edit Tag". Click "+Add" to import local audio files. Also, you are allowed to drag and drop audios to TuneCable from Mac directly. You can change artwork, Title, Artist, Album, Genre, Year, and Track Num of each track. Click "Save" to take effect immediately.