Hotels have so many spaces all under one roof. Lobbies, restaurants, spas, changing rooms and indeed... elevators
Each area will have it's own energy and it's own feeling. Music is an extremely important part of that vibe. Customer expectations are at an all time high as they look for venues that bring together an experience that heightens all the senses.
With Perfect Octave, you can control the music for all the different areas of the hotel from one single dashboard. We also can integrate music with other on site technology to automate playlists and sync with the house lighting.
Our curated playlists are scanned for lyrical content, so you won't have to worry about guests complaining of any inappropriate language and you can focus on running your hotel.
Providing high end audio, visual, lighting and control systems is what our sister company AVXI do best. By combining the right music, with the right technology, you can ensure you're providing the best experience possible.
Hotels with multiple zones of audio and digital displays are catered for by best in class design standards and partnerships with the worlds leading technology brands. Find out how we can offer the best of both worlds by visiting AVXI below.
By integrating with a QSC Q-Sys system, you can provide simple user or guest control over the music in multiple zones. Better yet, there's no separate players required as everything runs directly from Q-Sys.
We're a registered provider with PPL and PRS, so your money pays the artists and composers who deserve it.
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It is commonly known that a restaurant’s ambience affects diners’ behaviour and can even affect how diners taste their food. It has also been reported anti-social behaviour can be reduced by playing classical music in restaurants.
In this blog article we have put together some simple don’ts and do’s for restaurants and restaurant chains that can be the difference between having a successful background music policy and not. We’ve listed Don’ts first as we always like to finish on a positive vibe and energy.
1: Your in-store music system spends more time ‘not working’ than it does working For whatever reason you keep meaning to call in the music provider but never get round to it, or you have called them but are waiting for them to arrive and fix it.