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Everything you need to know about HD audio and how it can enhance your music-streaming experience on Tidal, Amazon Music, and Qobuz

  HD audio, or high-definition audio, enables streaming music to sound more like an original studio recording.   While the specifications for HD audio can vary, the term is generally used to refer to digital music formats that offer at least CD-quality mastering. Amazon Music, Tidal, and Qobuz all offer HD audio options via streaming. To truly take advantage of the added benefits of HD audio, you'll need gear that can support the higher quality sound.     If you're ready to be fully...
Tags: Trends, Netflix, Sony, Npr, Ultra Hd, Amazon Music, Qobuz, Yamaha, AAC, Denon, FLAC, LDAC, Amazon Music Tidal, Tidal Amazon Music HD, Amazon HD, Amazon Qobuz


France’s music publishing was worth $450m+ from latest reports

France’s music industry is growing each year and the latest publishing reports show how strong 2018 was. The latest figures from the French music publishing trade associations The CSDEM and CEMF show considerable growth in 2018. According to their reports two-thirds of 15,000 new French work published in 2018 were from new talents. Their Barometer of Music Publishing report analysed the country’s music publishing results between 2017-2018. They found that revenues were up 7% to €393 mil...
Tags: Publishing, Music, France, Music Industry, Industry, French, Deezer, Publishers, Artist / Label News, Qobuz, Music Publishing, Music Publishers


We compared Spotify, Tidal, and Qobuz, a streaming service that says it has 29 times better sound quality than Spotify — here's how they fared

For music lovers, sound quality is one of the most important things a streaming service can offer. Qobuz, a music app that's new to the US, claims to stream music with sound quality nearly thirty times better than Spotify's. We compared Qobuz's sound with Spotify's and Tidal's, and found that while the difference was noticeable from track to track, it might not be worth the extra cost. Are you happy with the sound quality of your music streaming app? You might not think much about it. But au...
Tags: Google, Spotify, Jay Z, US, Trends, Neil Young, Pono, John, Qobuz, Zeppelin, Leonard Bernstein, Spotify Tidal, FLAC, Aspiro, John Lyon, Tidal Tidal


Hi-res streaming audio service Qobuz arrives in U.S., threatens Tidal’s monopoly

For several years, Tidal enjoyed a monopoly on hi-res music streaming in the U.S. Now, French company Qobuz is here to offer some competition with a variety of monthly plans starting at $10 a month. The post Hi-res streaming audio service Qobuz arrives in U.S., threatens Tidal’s monopoly appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Android, Mobile, Music, News, Trends, Home Theater, Streaming Music, Hi-res, Qobuz, FLAC, 24-bit Audio


Qobuz launch Hi-Res music streaming in the US

French company Qobuz have brought their “premium gasoline of music services” to the US to take on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and others. Qobuz have launched in the United States joining the plethora of music streaming services available in the country. The French service’s US managing director, Dan Mackta hopes they can set themselves apart offering a hybrid “streaming service and download store” with high resolution quality options. Qobuz has been around as long as Spotify, being ava...
Tags: Downloads, Spotify, Europe, Music, UK, Digital, US, United States, Music Streaming, Digital Music News, Digital Music, Hi-res, High-resolution, Qobuz, France Germany, Music Streaming Service


Qobuz Launches Hybrid Hi-Res Music Service In US

 Qobuz is launching its hi-res streaming music service in the U.S. today. Unlike other music streamers, Qobuz offers download sales alongside streaming. Downloads are said to account for 30% of the company's revenue. Subscriptions to Qobuz range from $9.99 for mp3 quality up to $24.99 for 24 bit FLAC to 192 khz. Qobuz is said to have about 100,000 active customers, primarily in France, Germany and the UK. [Author: Bruce Houghton]
Tags: Music, UK, US, Streaming, Music Business, Music Tech, Qobuz, Bruce Houghton, France Germany


Qoboz Launches Hybrid Hi-Res Music Service In US

 Qobuz is launching its hi-res streaming music service in the U.S. today. Unlike other music streamers, Qobuz offers download sales alongside streaming. Downloads are said to account for 30% of the company's revenue. Subscriptions to Qobuz range from $9.99 for mp3 quality up to $24.99 for 24 bit FLAC to 192 khz. Qobuz is said to have about 100,000 active customers, primarily in France, Germany and the UK. [Author: Bruce Houghton]
Tags: Music, UK, US, Streaming, Music Business, Music Tech, Qobuz, Bruce Houghton, France Germany, Qoboz Launches Hybrid Hi Res Music Service


Qobuz Hi-Res Streaming Service US Launch Imminent

While consumer need for a hi-res streaming services seems to have cooled down of late and most listeners seemingly content with CD-quality music, Qobux close to imminent launching its hi-res streaming and download platform in the US.  The news comes on the same day that Sony became the first major label to launch its own hi-res streaming service. ________________________ Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0 The fervor for high-resolution music streaming has died down in recent m...
Tags: Music, Japan, New York City, US, Guest Post, Paris, Sony, North America, Qobuz, Napster, Bobby Owsinski, Qobuz Hi Res Streaming Service


Qobuz Sets Early 2019 US Launch with Hi-Res Streams, Downloads, Additional Content

Qobuz, which bills itself as the world’s only certified hi-res streaming and download service, will launch in the US in early 2019. 40 million tracks will be available in “lossless” quality (FLAC 16-Bit/44.1 kHz, similar to CD quality) and in 320kbps MP3 quality along with extensive meta-data and additional content. The streamer will also offer a catalog in 24-Bit quality that music includes more than 75,000 albums, available as paid downloads, and in streaming as part of a Sublime+ subscri...
Tags: Music, US, Spain, Hi Res, Qobuz, Bruce Houghton, France United Kingdom Netherlands Germany Italy, Qobuz Hi Res


Hi-res streamers Qobuz set their sights for the US as they name new CEO

European based music streamers Qobuz are setting sail for the Americas as they expand under new management. High resolution music streaming service Qobuz are set to launch their services in the US this summer, expanding them beyond Europe. They will make their voyage across the North Atlantic ocean will be lead by newly named CEO Yann Miossec, who most recently served as EVP of Warner Music France for 12 years. Qobuz president Denis Thebaud said: “Yann is a digital music visionary and a well...
Tags: Spotify, Europe, Music, France, Americas, US, Eu, Expansion, Streaming, Warner, New York Stock Exchange, North Atlantic, Digital Music News, Music Stores, Industry News, Hi-res


Qobuz To Bring Ultra Hi-Res Audio Streaming To U.S.

Spotify, Apple Music and other music streamers have been eyeing high resolution streaming music as a way to charge some users more.  While they consider following Tidal and Deezer's lead into Hi-Res, French streamer Qobuz, which calls itself “ the highest resolution music streaming service in the world,” is launching in U.S. ______________________________ French audio streaming service Qobuz, which touts itself as “ the highest resolution music streaming service in the world,” is co...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Spotify, Europe, Music, US, Streaming, Norway, Jimmy Iovine, Deezer, Music Business, Music Tech, Qobuz, Bruce Houghton, Lyor Cohen, FLAC


The “highest resolution music streaming service in the world” comes to the U.S.

French music streamer Qobuz are bringing their high-resolution streamer to the U.S., but can they face up against Jay-Z’s Tidal. Qobuz claim to be “the highest resolution music streaming service in the world” with a vast catalogue of over 40 million tracks. They’re trying their hand at taking on the big dogs in Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and others with their launch in the U.S. later this year. Qobuz say that they are the only streaming service that offers over 1 million tracks in high-resol...
Tags: Google, Spotify, Music, Jay Z, France, US, Launch, United States, Streaming, Stream, Tidal, Market, Jay, Digital Music News, Hi-res, High-resolution


Xandrie reprend la plateforme de streaming Qobuz

Placé en redressement judiciaire, la tribunal de commerce de Paris a confié la reprise de la plateforme de streaming et de téléchargement de musique haute définition Qobuz à la société Xandrie. Sauvée ! La plateforme de streaming musical chérie des mélomanes ne passera pas à l’as, le tribunal de commerce de Paris a choisi de […]
Tags: Paris, Streaming, Sur Le Web, Musique, Qobuz, Redressement Judiciaire, Reprise, Xandrie


Microchip Announces Qobuz Connect Support in JukeBlox Platform

The combined solution delivers HD and true CD quality audio directly to wireless speakers and AV receivers for an enjoyable music listening experience. The key benefit of Qobuz Connect is that once a track has been selected, the audio stream is delivered directly from Qobuz's cloud servers to the wireless speaker instead of sustained streaming from a phone, tablet and audio devices. [Link to media]
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