Sync Discogs with Apple Music

Replace Discogs playlist tracks automatically on a Apple Music playlist

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How to keep a playlist in sync from Discogs to Apple Music?

The steps below can help you create a synchronization between a Discogs playlist and a Apple Music playlist. After your synchronization is created daily/weekly/monthly, your Discogs playlist tracks will be automatically merged to your Apple Music playlist.

Free (1 Sync) Premium Playlists Synchronize
  1. Select the Synchronize tool on Soundiiz
  2. Choose your source playlist on Discogs and the corresponding playlist on Apple Music
  3. Configure your synchronization frequency and options
  4. Confirm your selection and you are done!
Take a look at our explanation page to know more about Sync, update playlists automatically across different streaming services.

How to keep a recent Discogs to Apple Music transfer in sync?

You have recently converted a Discogs playlist to Apple Music and now you want to keep the two playlists in sync? The steps below can help you:

Free (1 Sync) Premium Playlists Synchronize
  1. On Soundiiz; go to the "Recent transfers" interface
  2. Find the Discogs to Apple Music transfer you made and select "Keep Sync"
  3. Configure your synchronization frequency and options
  4. Confirm your selection and you are done!

What is Discogs?

Discogs is a website and crowdsourced database of information about audio recordings, including commercial releases, promotional releases, and bootleg or off-label releases.

What is Apple Music?

Apple Music is a subscription-based music streaming service that gives you access to millions of songs.

What is Soundiiz?

Soundiiz is the most complete online tool to manage your music library between multiple services. It offers a simple way to import and export playlists and favorites tracks, artists, and albums.