Introducing the platform’s latest feature: “Track Edit”
Tidal will allow its users to manipulate the length and speed of songs they stream with a new feature called “Track Edit”.
As Pitchfork points out, the newly introduced feature can be accessed by going to the options menu while playing a track. Tempo can be altered after selecting a section of the song. Altered songs can then be saved into playlists for later use.
It’s the second big change to the platform in the new year. Earlier this month, Tidal introduced “master-quality” streaming, a 96 kHz/24 bit quality beyond the standard high-quality option, it promises sound “as flawless as it sounded in the mastering suite.”