Click the three dots to the far right of the song you want to add and choose “Add to playlist.” Just create a new playlist with a new name such as “Comparison” and have at it.
So far… I prefer Qobuz at Hi-Rez, but it’s a very small difference. At CD-quality(16bit 44.1) I prefer Tidal. Even the MQA files that are only max 16bit sound a tiny bit better then the Qobuz version.
I’ll have to keep testing it over the course of the next few weeks…. But with differences this close, it might be irrelevant.
For me,the SQ is better on my system with Qobuz. Dunno why but it is. Although Tidal is a better implemented app and works better on my phone and especially on Carplay.
The biggest problem is that I really don’t get on with its music recommendations for Classical and trying to find something commonplace like a particular version of the Ring Cycle or even just a part of it like Das Rheingold Tidal is pretty non-existent. It seems to be completely unaware of how classical music works and thus is totally unsuitable and for that reason I ditched it.
I’m not just a blind hater of Tidal which is somehow an accusation that gets thrown at people who don’t like it, and I don’t want to add to this “hate”, but for me Qobuz is so much better suited to my music. It’s only a music streaming service so I’m not really invested a lot and if it gets adequate in future I might consider it. If they do change, just please don’t let them to another one of their launches