In fact, we partner with over digital stores. Below are just some of our top store partners. With over million active users, iTunes is one of the most popular digital music stores in the world. By putting your music on iTunes and Apple Music, you can make it easier for fans to discover and play your music than ever before. Spotify is currently the largest purely music-streaming platform in the world, with over million active users per month enjoying a rich offering of popular playlists.
Setup for streaming live music
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Around the turn of the year, we began hearing about a mysterious coronavirus taking hold in parts of the world. For musicians, particularly those for whom music forms a livelihood, a significant part of our existence — performing our tracks to a live audience — has been taken away instantly. The surprising part? Live-streaming, where the user broadcasts live via the internet, has surged in popularity within the gaming community. Platforms like Twitch and YouTube enable anybody with the right equipment to stream themselves in real time and build a fanbase. And, as we all face a period of undefined quarantine, musicians have been quick to utilise new methods to maintain connections with their fans. The best news? Allow our guide to live-streaming explain how.
How to stream your personal music library wherever you are
If you have a prized music collection in the cloud or on your hard drive, there are a few ways to stream it all remotely. If you have a prized music collection in the cloud or on your hard drive, there are a few ways to stream it all remotely, just like you would with a service like Spotify. If you have a large collection of MP3s on your hard drive, you can opt to store them online with select streaming music services. Alternatively, you could consider cloud services that let you upload your personal music collection and stream tracks on various devices. You can then access your tracks by logging into your account on other devices. That should help you get your music fix without having to rely exclusively on what streaming services offer. Do you have a trick for accessing your tunes? Let us know in the comments.
If you're looking to get your music fix today, chances are you'll open up a streaming service such as Spotify , or Apple Music. In other cases, music labels don't grant services global rights, which means albums available elsewhere are sometimes missing in your region. And then there's the absence of large swathes of Indian music, since the demand for it isn't quite there yet. Most of these issues can be ironed out by buying your music digitally or physically, which is what some artists want to go back to in the first place. The trouble with the former is that you get locked into one platform — songs bought on iTunes will only play there, for example — and the inconvenience of the latter is why people have signed up for streaming services. But what if you could put all your music files — purchased legally of course — together in one place, and create your own in-home Spotify? Here are a few different things you can do.