"I'm trying to figure out if there is a possible solution for adding My Amazon Music Unlimited Account to my Virtual DJ folder or any other possible play sources?"
Where to get music for Virtual DJ? Unquestionable, Amazon Music is a perfect resource for DJ, as it's totally free for Prime members and only a mini cost for Amazon Music Unlimited subscribers, while providing 320kbps high-quality streaming.
It's a good question that does Amazon Music work with Virtual DJ? Currently, only Deezer, Tidal, SoundCloud, Beatport, and the free online music library can be accessed on Virtual DJ. Yet you're lucky that this post will show you the best workaround to record the Amazon Music streaming songs and add to Virtual DJ software.
Tool Required: Amazon Music to Virtual DJ Recorder
There's a music subscription on Virtual DJ, offering all popular songs remixes specific for DJ use. But if your Amazon playlist isn't included in that library, try to use TuneBoto Amazon Music Recorder to download them to your local computer before mixing.
TuneBoto is a specialist in recording any Amazon Music songs to MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF/ALAC plain music format. In addition, it allows converting Amazon Music in lossless sound quality, up to 320kbps & 192kHz, which is great for DJ enthusiasts.
Steps to Download and Add Amazon Music to Virtual DJ Software
Next, let's learn how to use TuneBoto to record Amazon songs and import Amazon Streaming Music to Virtual DJ.
Step 1 Download, Install and Launch TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter
Open TuneBoto Amazon Music Converter, and you'll see the simple and concise interface as below:
Notes: TuneBoto Amazon Music Downloader is made with the web player of Amazon. Please log into your Music account before getting started. Please don't worry that TuneBoto will not take any other information from your account other than the songs.
Step 2 Choose Output Format and Output Path
Go to the gear icon to get into the Setting window, where you can select the Output Format (AUTO/MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF/ALAC), Bit Rate (128 kbps to 320kbps), Sample Rate(44.1kHz to 192kHz), Output Path, and so on. It's suggested to choose the "AUTO" output format to download the lossless sound quality of Amazon Music.
Tips: Virtual DJ supports MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, and other audio formats.
Step 3 Import Amazon Playlist to TuneBoto
Simply choose an Amazon playlist or podcast on TuneBoto, it will automatically parse and list all songs in the new window. Just check the one you want to DJ.
Step 4 Record Amazon Music to Computer
Click "Convert Now" and TuneBoto will quickly start recording Amazon tracks as local audio files on your computer.
Step 5 Upload Amazon Music to Virtual DJ Library
Click "Converted" and you can get the well-downloaded Amazon songs easily. And now you can import these Amazon Music from your local drive to Virtual DJ software with ease:
Method 1: You can directly drag & drop the local Amazon Music files to the Virtual DJ desk.
Method 2: You can click "Local Music" on the left panel of Virtual DJ, locate your downloaded Amazon Music, and load Amazon Music on your DJ software.
Method 3: Upload Amazon Music to iTunes firstly. On the left panel of Virtual DJ, click "Local Music > Music > iTunes", then browse your Amazon playlists on iTunes library, and drag & drop to the desk so that they will be loaded on DJ library.
Method 4: If you have plenty of time, you can also use the VirtualDJ browser to automatically browse all your offline Amazon songs: Open "Local Music" at the left panel, right-click the "Music" folder, and click "Batch > Add to search DB". After this, you can find Amazon Music on Virtual DJ by searching.
Now, you've known how to DJ with Amazon Music, which also means you don't have to buy a music subscription on Virtual DJ, and you can freely use Amazon songs on VDJ forever!