Apple Music Sessions Debut With Exclusive Live Audio and Video Releases

Apple today announced Apple Music Sessions, an exclusive new line of live releases and covers in Spatial Audio.

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The sessions, recorded in ‌Apple Music‌ studios around the world, give artists the opportunity to reimagine and recreate hits from their back catalog of music, as well as creative covers of classic songs. The sessions are also recorded to provide a companion live music video on ‌Apple Music‌.

‌Apple Music‌ Sessions launch today with releases from Carrie Underwood and Tenille Townes, recorded in ‌Apple Music‌'s new studio in Nashville, Tennessee, with sessions from Ronnie Dunn, Ingrid Andress, and others lined up for the future across multiple genres.

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Top Rated Comments

Rychiar Avatar
24 months ago
Too bad the “artists” are typically pop crap when they feature stuff. I miss the 90s when interesting music could be mainstream enough
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mrping Avatar
24 months ago
And maybe one day they will release a version of Music app for macOS that will be smooth, bug free, well thought out and intuitive.

But it will take a long time and we will have to wait for some product managers to retire.

I prefer to discover music on Youtube than to wait for the 2-3 seconds of latency when I change the music or change the progression. (Mac Mini M1 with AirPods Pro).

Really, the "Next Song" action is more quick on Youtube with a webpage and a video player than the buggy macOS Music app.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Minato1990 Avatar
24 months ago

That’s nice but it’s too bad that spatial audio sucks.
Not really. It depends for who.
Some artists have great engineers, and some don't for spatial audio.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DblHelix Avatar
24 months ago

Too bad the “artists” are typically pop crap when they feature stuff. I miss the 90s when interesting music could be mainstream enough
Yes. Bands like primus and RATM on mtv events. James addiction, etc. Push the boundaries to expand music.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sorgo † Avatar
24 months ago
That’s nice but it’s too bad that spatial audio sucks.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
mrat93 Avatar
24 months ago
I wish Apple would buy Patreon, or something to that degree. So many artists release music there that‘s not in the Apple Music library, and it’s a huge pain to ever access it.

Or, ya know, let us import Music into our library without a PC or Mac.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)