Curated for your venue
Our technology allows the music to hit the right tone and energy for your venue, with minimal effort.
By using the scheduling tools built in to the web app, you can create energy or relaxed ambience however you need it, when you need it, where you need it.
Our playlists are scanned for lyrical content too, so if there's young kids at your venue, you won't need to worry about complaints from parents.
Our music for business services keep staff moving, draw in customers and keep them returning for more.
What's more, our sister company AVXI can deliver the best audio, visual and lighting system required for your venue, ensuring your music is delivered in the best way possible.
Light scene changes, video content switching and adapting audio levels and EQ automatically through the day or at the press of a button are all possible.
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We're a registered provider with PPL and PRS, so your money pays the artists and composers who deserve it.
Using Spotify in your stores? You should speak with us.....
Import playlists from 3rd party streaming platforms, scheduling tools, custom mixes, messaging functions. Need more? We have more, read on
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Experienced support staff who know their 3.5mm jacks from their RJ45s. Ready to help you in case you need it
The transition from our incumbent licensed music provider to Perfect Octave’s music systems was the most painless process. We are now in control of our budget and the music is always on.
This allows our managers to concentrate on delivering the correct ambience and service in-store to our customers and our IT team can focus on their priorities too.
Le Pain Quotidien
....and opinions, facts plus random thoughts thrown in for good measure
We know that renewing your contract with your music supplier or changing to a new music provider may not be your top priority in your busy schedule, however we thought we’d highlight three clear signs it may be time to meet the challenge head on and make a change.
Music is changing and the way of listening to music as technology develops has changed dramatically. The shift from CD/Vinyl to playlists means music curators are increasingly important too.