Max Sound, a high definition (HD) audio company dedicated to dramatically improving the quality of digital sound without increasing file size, has revamped its music store, Liquid Spins (www.liquidspins.com), featuring a new look, easier user navigation, and more than 7.5 million new songs from independent music distributor, The Orchard.
Liquid Spins offers access to an extensive online collection of digital DRM-free music. The additional music complements Liquid Spins’ existing titles from major record labels such as Universal Music Group, Sony Music Group, Warner Brothers Music Group, Red Distribution, and Curb Records.
The new site also offers customers a free MAX-D™ powered HD mobile app, SPINS HD, which plays customers’ on-device music catalog in HD without altering or compromising the quality of the original file. The SPINS HD app has been well-received, and was downloaded more than 10,000 within the first 72 hours of its release.
LiquidSpins.com leverages The Orchard’s diverse collection of labels such as Daptone Records, Cleopatra, Barsuk Records, and Frenchkiss Records. The Orchard also licenses music for use in television, film, and advertising.
“The Orchard gives our company the ability to offer some of the greatest music ever recorded,” John Blaisure, MAX-D’s CEO stated in the press release. “It’s a vast library, includes everything from The Beatles to Sesame Street, Sharon Jones to Bob Marley. As the holiday season approaches, we’re excited to offer our customers even more of the world’s most popular music. Now with approximately 10 million songs to choose from, Liquid Spins can now seriously compete in the growing digital download music space. With the addition of The Orchard to Liquid Spins’ pre-existing catalog, it is estimated that consumers now have access to more than 90 percent of the world’s most popular music.”
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