SoundMachine and Tune My Music announce partnership which allows playlist importing

November 29, 2019 – SoundMachine, the premier music subscription service for business, announced today that they have fully integrated into Tune My Music, the playlist transfer app. This partnership will help business owners import the playlists they have in other music services to SoundMachine through the Tune My Music solution.

Tune My Music will allow our customers to legally listen to all their favorite playlists through SoundMachine at their business locations,” Matteo Luppi, CEO of SoundMachine, said. “This is also an opportunity for professional music curators who want to tailor their playlists using consumer streaming services like Apple Music, making these playlists available to their business customers in a way that is seamless and law-compliant.”

SoundMachine gives a solution to the customers that want to use our service to play their favorite content at their business,” says Nir and Yuval, founders of Tune My Music. “By being integrated with Tune My Music, they can now import their personalized playlists and play them within their business, with the ability to take full advantage of all the extra features SoundMachine is able to offer.”

Users will be able to import their playlists from music services like YouTube, Apple Music, Spotify, SoundCloud, Tidal, Google Music, Amazon Music, Napster, and many more.

For more information about Tune My Music, please visit their website at https://www.tunemymusic.com/.

About SoundMachine

SoundMachine is a music service company serving businesses around the world. Among its customers are major fashion, hotel, restaurant, and coffee shop chains, as well as several small businesses. Its user-friendly content management platform allows customers to create mixes, schedule content, and handle multiple users. Customers can access music content across multiple platforms including a dedicated iOS app, their own music player, as well as a range of wireless speakers. SoundMachine partners include major telecom companies, such as Vodafone, as well as thousands of AV installers. The company has offices in Los Angeles and Barcelona.