Audials, the world’s top streaming service, has a license to save music from Spotify. In this feature, a user can keep the audio into music files by recording this.
This Audial mainly introduce to “speed up” the service of Spotify along with the recording.
In July, Spotify introduced “high-speed recording” for its users.
It can be very tough to understand whether you are recording or not while listening to Spotify. So recording is invisible to Spotify.
To solve this mystery, Spotify introduced a feature called “high speed”, where the PC software and the server both work 30 times faster than usual. But this service is not accessible through their official software. It can be possible through third-party Windows applications like the “make time run faster” tool. Spotify secretly introduced Audials software if the users can record their content as fast as they can.
Now they have full access to their users that shows which music they are listening to right now. And now, this “high-speed function” is directly visible to Spotify servers. However, If someone uses this cheat, Spotify has nothing to do then.
But recently, Spotify changed its policy where several uses of high-speed features can be subject to suspend their accounts.
Spotify has given a message that they noticed this account uses unauthorized content downloads, which is illegal of the Spotify Service in terms of violation.
But they don’t immediately do anything. Those users who use this high-speed feature for more than months can lead to this suspension.
Spotify also gives a chance to their users; if someone contacts the customer services and proves that they didn’t do any unauthorized work, they will return their account.
Also, Spotify Audials software both took down their “high-speed recording”.
Their public policy also recommends not to use these “high speed” features so long, but we don’t read their terms and conditions forum thoroughly.