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Music catalog ingestion & delivery including metadata, assets and rights management.
A set of documented APIs to help you implement streaming features in your existing platform.
Music Curation solution to easily create playlists that comply with your licensing agreements.
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What makes us different in the B2B music tech market is our innovative backend technology for streaming services. Our next generation cloud based infrastructure allow streaming services to scale on-demand and we can ingest millions of tracks in a matter of time without performance issues.
We are your 360º B2B music streaming technology partner that helps to quickly launch and grow streaming services around the world. The company develops simple, fast and engaging music, audio and video streaming platforms for enterprises and start-ups.
Digital Music News has recently featured an article about Tuned Global. It further uncovers the company's unique solutions for music brands, why personalisation and closer relationships with prospective customers are leading the game, and much more.
The article "As Spotify, Apple, and Amazon Dominate, Tuned Global Is Building Customised Streaming Platforms for Brands" (below) was originally published on digitalmusicnews.com and is republished with permission.
"The streaming music space is now a battle royale between the biggest of giants. Even Spotify is feeling the heat from far bigger competitors like Apple, Amazon, and Alphabet-owned YouTube. Toss ByteDance-owned TikTok into the mix, and the barrier to entry has never been more extreme.
But at least one player is challenging that conventional thinking. Australia-based B2B music service provider Tuned Global, headed by Con Raso and Spiro Arkoudis, has been quietly creating customized, white label music platforms for years. And one thing they’ve noticed is that market concentration within the streaming space is not only creating commoditization; it’s also limiting options for brands, artists, and businesses like ISPs. Or is it?"
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