One of the latest smart speakers by Amazon, Echo Studio, may seem great, but until now it provided a restricted library of 3D audio via Amazon Music HD. On the other hand, if you selected the speaker and enrolled up for the streaming hi-res plan, you now have extra 3D music alternatives. You can hear tracks from all over the Warner Music Group kingdom starting this week in Dolby Atmos.
“Hearing music is an emotional and creative experience by nature, and to take that experience to next level via Dolby Atmos is something we needed to provide to both fans and artists,” SVP of business development and digital strategy at WMG, Allan Coye, claimed to the media in an interview.
WMG joined hands with Dolby to add Dolby Atmos to its list of albums and songs. You can possibly hope to listen to more 3D music sooner instead of later as well, as Dolby claims it is “operating closely with record labels, artists, consumer electronics manufacturers, and streaming services to make experiences of Dolby Atmos Music broadly available.
On a related note, you no longer require a Premium subscription of Spotify to hear your Spotify playlists on Bose, Alexa, or Sonos devices. Earlier, Spotify declared that Free consumers can lastly hear on Sonos devices. This week, it is expanding that ability to Bose and Alexa devices, as well.
Free users for the first time in Australia, the US, and New Zealand will be capable of playing Discover Weekly, Today’s Top Hits, or custom playlists on Fire TV and Amazon Echo machines. Or, Free consumers can stream via the Bose Home Speaker 450, Home Speaker 300, Portable Home Speaker, Home Speaker 500, Soundbar 700, or Soundbar 500. As declared previous week, Free consumers can stream the service on all Sonos devices, comprising the SYMFONISK IKEA speaker, Sonos Move, and Sonos Home Sound System.
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