Simply sign up to our monthly service and choose the player that suits your needs, we have a few you can choose from!
Connect the player to your amplifier. Haven't got an amplifier? Our sister company AVXI can sort that.
Choose your stations, set your mixes, arrange your schedules and play!
Works with existing hardware
Laptops, mobile devices, SONOS, LODE, QSC Q-Sys to name a few. If you don't have something spare, we can provide a dedicated box.
Control your music remotely
Using an app or web browser. Control one or hundreds of locations, wherever you are.
Share your brand playlists
Sync your playlists with 3rd party streaming platforms to let your customers take your brand with them.
Import existing playlists
Have playlists you really like in Spotify or another platform? Great! We'll get those ingested in to your library and you can play them, legally!
But I pay PRS and I play Spotify. Why do I need this?
It's a common misunderstanding that if you pay site fees, you can play whatever you like. But that's not the case. Download our free e-book below for more information.
Free Ebook Guide
Download our free ebook guide ‘The Only Guide You Will Ever Need To Playing Music in your Business’.
A few of our customers
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
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Create custom mixes
Schedule your music
....and opinions, facts plus random thoughts thrown in for good measure
There are three simple steps to getting your playlist legalised for your business. Perfect Octave is a leading provider of premium, licenced music playlists for business.
The owner of a building or establishment is responsible for ensuring proper licences are in place for each song, music track played on their premises. Business owners are also liable for any infringement of copyrighted music.
This list is by no means exhaustive but gives an insight in the most common types of business playing background music that require music licences.
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