December 26, 2019 – Today SoundMachine, the premier music subscription service for business, has launched a platform aimed at music curators. With this platform, music curators will be able to import playlists they have created using any of the consumer music services on the market today, such as Spotify or Napster, straight to SoundMachine.
“We are excited to announce that music curators who create playlists for businesses such as retailers, hotels, or restaurants, can now have their customers play their curated playlists in compliance with the law,” said Matteo Luppi, CEO of SoundMachine. “They will be able to offer SoundMachine’s seamless managing features together with the content they have curated.”
Thanks to this new platform, music curators can now add and manage accounts on behalf of their customers, as well as manage the playlists they have created for them, in addition to being able to add custom messages and day-part content.
Curators will be able to import their playlists from other music services like Spotify, Tidal, Deezer, Apple Music, Google Music, Napster, YouTube, YouTube Music, and many more. They can now do this through Soundiiz and Tune My Music’s playlist importing platform. These platforms offer other features as well, such as merging and splitting playlists.
To register as a music curator please visit the website: https://sound-machine.com/registermusiccurator
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, or through 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 based in Los Angeles and Barcelona.