My name is Thomas and I’m the co-founder of Soundiiz, a French startup created in 2013 with my friend and co-founder Benoit.
You may be asking yourself, “what is Soundiiz?”.
It’s a handy tool to manage your music streaming services in one place, allowing you to connect and move your music collection between more than 40 services.
While we support a lot of music streaming services, many of our users have local media files and music collections that they have curated over the years. And, it’s in this context that Roon was introduced to us, thanks to our users, as powerful software to handle a local music collection.
I met the Roon team a while back and we decided to collaborate as we saw so many synergies between our respective communities. Many Roon listeners are streaming their music with the help of Roon’s support of Qobuz and TIDAL. For a Roon subscriber, the ability to export their music collection using Soundiiz, is a step forward in empowering the listener to feel like they “own” their collection.
We are proud to work with Roon, and to be a part of this new export feature that all Roon members can now enjoy.
Now, let’s see how easy and fast it is to export a personal playlist created in Roon to a music streaming service of your choice.
First, you need to open the playlist you want to export in Roon. Then, select the playlist option “Export” using “…”.
You will see the option to export a Soundiiz CSV file. Click on “Save to desktop”.
Next, go to the Soundiiz website and create an account* if you don’t have one. Once connected, select “Import playlist” in the top right of the interface.
*Use code “ROONVIP” at checkout to get 15% off the Soundiiz Premium subscription.
Choose “From File” and pick the CSV file you have previously saved to your desktop.
Confirm the tracklist and the playlist configuration (title and description).
Finally, select the music service where you want to import this playlist and… it’s as simple as that!
In a few minutes, your playlist will be available on your chosen streaming service and ready to be played! If some elements don’t match (they might not be available in your chosen streaming service, for example), you will be able to see and download a list with details of the elements found vs not found.
We hope you find Soundiiz useful for managing your playlists! Visit
soundiiz.com to find out more.
By: Thomas Magnano, Co-founder of Soundiiz
Guest contributor to Roon Blog.