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CastilloJoshua

Plan

Premium

Country

Philippines

Device

Oppo Reno

Operating System

Android Oreo

 

My Question or Issue

Does changing the "normalize volume" setting apply on my existing downloads?

 

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Billy-J

Hey @CastilloJoshua,

 

Great questions!

When you turn it off, it applies to both existing and future downloads - so basically it applies to all of the songs you listen to. 

 

If you change the audio quality, it affects both your current downloads and future downloads as well. 

 

There is some more information on Audio Settings here.

 

I hope this clears things up!

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OneByBoo

Hi there @CastilloJoshua,

thanks for reaching out to the community !

 

You can read all needed info on your app's audio settings here.

 

Let me know if you have further questions 🙂

 

 

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CastilloJoshua

What I mean is, I downloaded albums under different volume level setting. Now I changed that setting; I turned off "normalize volume". Does that setting apply on my existing downloads? Or only apply on future downloads?

 

Another question is, I also downloaded albums under "high" quality setting, now I want to change it to "very high", will that setting also apply for my existing downloads? 

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Billy-J

Hey @CastilloJoshua,

 

Great questions!

When you turn it off, it applies to both existing and future downloads - so basically it applies to all of the songs you listen to. 

 

If you change the audio quality, it affects both your current downloads and future downloads as well. 

 

There is some more information on Audio Settings here.

 

I hope this clears things up!

Billy-JSpotify Star
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