On Friday, Apple released Apple Music Sessions, a new collection of live recordings and cover songs with spatial audio.
Music streaming services such as Spotify, YouTube Music, Deezer, and Tidal are constantly adding new features in an attempt to improve their offerings. Apple Music is no exception, so if you’re thinking about signing up for the service, you’ll be happy to know that it’s getting new, exclusive live features.
These exclusive live releases, dubbed Apple Music Sessions, will feature some of the world’s most popular artists as well as emerging artists. Users of Apple Music will be able to hear these exclusive live releases in Spatial Audio.
Apple Music Sessions are produced in Apple Music studios around the world. These are also recorded, which makes the combination of Spatial Audio tracks and live performance music videos even more appealing.
If you already pay for Apple Music, you should know that Apple Music Sessions are now available, with releases from Carrie Underwood and Tenille Townes recorded at Apple Music’s new Nashville studios. Ronnie Dunn, Ingrid Andress, and many other country artists will be added to Apple Music Sessions. Apple also said that there are plans to add more types of music to the series in the future.