“Track Edit” Allows Users To Save Edited Versions To A Playlist

Posted on May 17 2017 - 9:04pm by Brian Atkinson

Tidal has just introduced a new feature aptly named Track Edit, which enables users to adjust the length and speed of selected tracks before saving those edited versions to a playlist. Earlier the month, it unveiled that the streaming company would be begin offering ‘master-quality’ audio streaming, a 96 kHz/24 bit quality beyond the standard high-quality option, it promises sound ‘flawless as it sounded in the mastering suite’. This feature can be done by using opt menu while playing any track in Tidal app; the tempo can be changed after you select a section of the song. Pitchfork has just reached out to Tidal representatives for the further clarification on the new functionality.


Track Edit feature

Tidal has not said why they added the feature and has yet to respond to a request for comment.

This feature, which looks to be slowly rolling out to mobile users, will let you edit tracks by clicking the option button while playing any song, and then save the edited track to a new or existing playlist.

With this new update, Tidal new feature could prove to be quite useful especially for the DJ’s. Overall, it seems likes an interesting feature to try out.

The Track Edit feature is now available on the latest TIDAL app update, version 1.17.0.