Have you ever browsed through your music streaming apps main page and found one of the pre-made playlists? Perhaps you played one of them? Did you like what you heard? The fact is, those playlists are being closely watched by many and are catered by specialists that work for various music production houses.
Times are rough. The big crisis on the world’s economy still looms over many businesses. The political balance is more fragile than it ever was before. No wonder the music streaming platforms have to think on their feet to help us. The little, the poor and the hurt people of the planet that crave some music in their lives…
Have you ever wondered how musicians can make money from their music being played on Spotify or Apple Music? Music streaming platforms penetrate social media both naturally and in a planned manner. How?
Not long ago we posted about how music helps lift our mood or make us calm. Now we want to elaborate on that a little with some scientific background on what music does to our body and soul.
How does music elevate us? Does it at all? If yes, how? (why so many questions?) You’ve probably noticed that while in your jam, you’re much more efficient at whatever you do. Or at least you feel like it.
Ok, here’s a thesis – streaming music is basically, like renting a house instead of buying it. But you don’t have to fall in debts to buy the latest album, so why streaming is so popular?
Spotify has recently IPO’ed, and its stock is available publicly to buy. The company is now under even closer watch from the public market, as it tries to beat the competition and compete in the market where it doesn’t really have any great distribution models.
Do you like comparing things? Do you like comparing things as much as we do? See what did there? We want to compare some music streaming platforms. Again. This time we’ll look at how user-friendly they are and how good their sound quality is.