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How to Enable Crossfade Between Songs in Apple Music

31st August 2023

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Jacob Woolcock

31st August 2023

Jacob Woolcock

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1:14

| Music
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iPhone 14 Pro
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iOS 17

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In this QuickTips tutorial, I’ll show you how to add a professional touch to your music playlist by enabling crossfade between songs on iOS 17. With this feature, you can seamlessly transition from one track to another, just like a DJ! I’ll guide you step-by-step on how to adjust the crossfade length to achieve the perfect blend of tracks. Whether you’re creating a party mix or simply enhancing your listening experience, this feature is a game-changer. Watch the video to master this skill and take your music enjoyment to the next level!

Transcript

Here’s an update in iOS 17 that’s almost impossible for me to demo on YouTube without getting a copyright strike, so we’re going to pretend to play some music and in your head just promise me you’re going to pretend to bop a long – okay? Perfect!

So you can now have a crossfade between songs in the Apple Music app, and what that means very simply is that when your songs are moving on to the next track in that playlist it will automatically fade between the two rather waiting for one to finish and starting the next.

It’s what DJs do when their mixing sound to make it sound really smooth and really seamless.

To turn this on we’re going to jump into the Settings app and then we’re going to scroll down a little bit until we get to Music.

From here as you go down the page there’s a new option for Crossfade and when you turn this on you can change the length of that fade as well – how much of the songs you want to mix.

It’s worth noting this won’t work over AirPlay, only when you play on your phone or through headphones.

Then, when you go back to your music and you reach the end of a song (remember we’re pretending aren’t we!) it will then fade automatically into the next one in a really seamless way.

Didn’t that sound great?! Trust me, it did.

And this is another little thing in iOS 17 to make your phone better than ever.

And if you want to see more check out the Playlist on the end screen now and if you like this video and you want more iPhone tips please do Subscribe to my channel down below.

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The Apple Music app is a streaming service that offers access to a vast library of songs, albums, and playlists. It includes features like curated recommendations, offline listening, and integration with users' existing iTunes libraries, providing a comprehensive and personalised music experience.
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This QuickTip video was recorded on an iPhone 14 Pro
running iOS 17.

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