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Classical music streaming service cracked a problem that mainstream rivals have so far failed to
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Listening to classical music on streaming services can be a pain, to say the least. Sure, regular streaming services are fine if you only want the occasional hit of the Moonlight Sonata when you’re feeling emo, but most streaming services just aren’t built for the way classical enthusiasts regularly search for and listen to music. Apple wants to fix that. The company announced this week that it bought Primephonic, a streaming service that sought to address many of the common grievances classical...
Spatial audio is among the next big features coming from streaming content platforms. Apple Music released it earlier this year, and Netflix rolled it out this month. Now, real-time conversation platform Clubhouse has launched it on its app last night. The company said that the feature will make you feel like you’re physically in a room with people. You can hear the demo of how it works in the video clip below (try it with your headphones) Hear ye, hear ye 🔊 spAAaAaAatial audio on Clubhouse!...
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Qualcomm aptX Lossless Audio is coming for wireless headphones, and it would be a way to complement Apple Music, Amazon Music HD, and other HiFi services.