Technology 3 months of music streaming for 3 euros: Tidal has just been reduced by 90 percent
Sonos Arc review: An upgrade worth the wait
Sonos first debuted the Playbar in 2013. Since then, the company introduced the Playbase (2017) and compact Beam soundbar (2018). But for those who wanted a more robust arrangement with either a soundbar on its own or one paired with a sub and/or satellite speakers, the Playbar was still your best bet. However, that device is seven years old, so it’s hard to justify investing in one. Enter the Arc ($799): a completely redesigned soundbar that offers all that we’ve come to expect from recent Sonos products, plus Dolby Atmos audio, and one potentially big headache. You can tell this is a drastically different device at first glance. The Arc looks more like modern Sonos gear.
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While music streaming services such as Apple Music,and Spotify are already relatively widespread, Tidal, a service developed by rapper Jay-Z's company Aspiro, is still relatively unknown. But that should change soon. Tidal wants to ensure this with a fairly attractive offer. . This corresponds to savings of 90 percent. You have until August 22, 2020 to redeem the subscription.
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What makes Tidal so special?
- without annoying advertising. There are also exclusive songs and videos that you can’t stream anywhere else. Another unique feature of Tidal is the high sound quality. So you can hear your favorite songs with a premium subscription in hi-fi sound quality. As a result, you experience the songs in their purest form - exactly as they were intended by the artists. That and all the exclusive content make Tidal the streaming platform for music fans.
But musicians are also enthusiastic about. So much so that the who’s who of the music business is involved in the streaming service. In addition to Big Boss Jay-Z, the partners also include stars such as Beyoncé, Rihanna, Kanye West, Daft Punk, Jack White, Madonna, Alicia Keys, Usher, deadmau5, Nicki Minaj and J. Cole.
Tidal, Revolt TV Pull 'Drink Champs' Episode Featuring Russell Simmons
Tidal and Revolt TV have pulled an episode of the podcast and video series "Drink Champs" that featured an interview with Russell Simmons, the former record executive who has been accused of sexual assault and misconduct by 20 women. As of Tuesday evening, the episode, posted earlier in the day, no longer appears on Tidal or Revolt TV, which produces the podcast and video series, and most of the social media posts promoting the episode have been taken down. Representatives for Tidal did not have a comment when reached by TheWrap, and representatives for Revolt TV, founded by Sean Combs, did not immediately respond to TheWrap's request for comment.
What does Tidal cost?
The costs for Tidal are manageable.How can I cancel Tidal? . After that, the standard subscription costs EUR 9.99 a month. The premium subscription with hi-fi sound quality is slightly more expensive. Here you have to expect a monthly contribution of 19.99 euros after the campaign period.
Of course you can cancel yourat any time - even before the trial period expires. Just click on "Update subscription" under the menu item "Settings" to cancel or edit your membership in Tidal.
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Universal Music ordered to compensate the Superbus group .
© Khayat-Moreau / ABACA Universal Music ordered to compensate the Superbus group INFO CAPITAL. In 2015, the major of the record had sacked the French rock group before term. After a long procedure, the musicians obtained 1.2 million euros in compensation. A record company does not have the right to thank a rock group because of bad sales, or a disagreement between its members. This is the verdict of the Cour de Cassation in the dispute between the Superbus group and Universal.