How To Turn On Crossfade On Spotify

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Wondering how to turn on crossfade on Spotify?

Crossfading is a technique often used by DJs to fill in the silence between two tracks or even blend multiple sounds in the same song. The result is a seamless, smooth transition between the different songs, giving the song a more dynamic and exciting feel.

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Spotify offers a crossfade feature that enables you to seamlessly transition between your tracks without disrupting the flow. Today, we’re going to show you how to turn on crossfade on Spotify, so that you can enjoy the best music streaming experience possible.

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How To Turn On Crossfade On Spotify PC

How To Turn On Crossfade On Spotify PC
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By default, Spotify doesn’t add any crossfade effect. However, with a simple tweak, you can enable crossfade and enjoy a seamless transition between your favourite tracks. To activate the crossfade feature on Spotify PC, follow these steps.

  1. Click the down arrow icon next to your account name in the top-right and select Settings.
  2. On Windows, scroll down until you find the Playback section. On Mac, click Show Advanced Playback and find Playback.
  3. Toggle on Crossfade songs and move the slider to select the crossfade length.
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There you have it! You’re now ready to listen to your favourite songs and albums with a smooth, uninterrupted transition between tracks. Happy listening!

How To Turn On Crossfade On Spotify iPhone And Android

If you are DJing at a party (with the help of the Spotify app), you want to make sure there aren't any sudden silent gaps that could annoy the people vibing to your tracks. And Spotify crossfade is the perfect tool for filling up those annoying quiet moments.

To turn on crossfade on Spotify iPhone and Android, follow these steps.

  1. Tap the home icon.
  2. Tap the gear icon to open settings.
  3. Under Playback, go to Crossfade.
  4. Finally, drag the slider to select the crossfade length.
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Job done! Now you can enjoy your playlist uninterrupted by those awkward silence moments. Pro tip: If you don’t want your songs to mix into each other, switch Gapless Playback on instead.

How To Turn On Crossfade On Spotify Web Player

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Unfortunately, you can't turn on crossfade on the Spotify web player.

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As you might have noticed, there is no Settings menu on the Spotify web player. This is because the Spotify web player is designed to be a lite version that offers only the basic, essential functions.

It is uncertain whether they would add this function to the Spotify web player in future. For now, if you want to crossfade into your tracks, it's a simple matter of downloading the Spotify desktop app. You can download it from the Microsoft Store or the Apple App Store.

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Crossfade Spotify Not Working?

Many users have been reporting that the Crossfade feature isn't working correctly on the desktop app. Spotify is aware of the issue and has provided some potential fixes for those affected.

If Spotify crossfade is not working for you, try the troubleshooting tips below.

  • First, make sure your app is updated to the latest version.
  • If the problem persists, open Spotify, turn the Crossfade off and then restart Spotify. Afterwards, turn the Crossfader back on and change the value.
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Hopefully, this will work for you. If it does not, contact the Spotify support team and they will assist you further.

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Spotify crossfade is greyed out because you are probably using Spotify Connect. Crossfade and many other options don't work when you're using Spotify Connect.

The crossfade option will appear again when you switch playback to your mobile.