You can now find out when Apple Music songs get Spatial Audio-fied

Spatial Audio from Apple puts a new spin on songs by rendering them in 3D audio and surround sound through headphones. Since Apple Music started supporting the technology in 2021, it has expanded its catalog of Spatial Audio tracks. And now there’s a way to know if songs in your library are supported.

The music library tracker (opens in new tab) application (via 9to5Mac (opens in new tab)) added a new feature called Spatial Audio tracking. This is displayed when tracks in your library have been upgraded to – or downgraded from – Spatial Audio. You can even choose to receive a daily push notification telling you which of your songs have been recorded in the last 24 hours. And it can generate a playlist consisting solely of songs in your library that are available in Spatial Audio.

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