Apple Music Sessions integrates spatial audio into its music service


Apple Music has debuted its new live Apple Music Sessions, featuring performances from Carrie Underwood and Tenille Townes as the first two artists to take part.

Apple Music Sessions feature musicians singing a small selection of songs, generally from their own hits as well as renditions of personal favorites. Each one has been recorded in Spatial Audio and is also provided in video format.

Spatial Audio and “companion live performance music videos” are expected to be recorded in Apple Music studios throughout the world, according to the company. Both Carrie Underwood and Tenille Townes were recorded at Apple Music’s new facility in Nashville, Tennessee, for the first two artists.

As Carrie Underwood put it, “being in the studio with Apple Music was such a fantastic experience,” and “I’m pleased to share these unique, stripped-down renditions of three songs I love with my fans.”

She sang two of her own compositions, “Ghost Story” and “Blown Away,” as well as a version of “Mama, I’m Coming Home” by Ozzy Osbourne.

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One of her favorite Ozzy Osbourne songs is Mama, I’m Coming Home; Underwood stated, “I have always been an Ozzy Osbourne fan.” I’ve always thought it sounded a lot like a country song, and I’ve always wanted to cover it.

According to her, “Eventually making it happen was a really fun chance for me.” It’s my sincere hope that we’ve done Ozzy justice and that he enjoys it.”

She sang two of her own songs, “Same Road Home” and “Somebody’s Daughter,” during her Apple Music Session. Tenille Townes She also performed Etta James‘ “At Last” on the record.

Tenille Townes remarked, “It was really great to capture the atmosphere of how it feels to play my songs live with my band during the Apple Music Sessions.” “The new venue seems like it’s going to be an anchor for our Nashville music community, and it was an honor to be a part of breaking it in.”

Finally, a song that challenges me to be a better writer and performer. For the first time ever, I had the opportunity to record a version of it for my Apple Music Sessions.

Ronnie Dunn and Ingrid Andress are among the new country singers Apple has announced for the future. Apple has plans to broaden the scope of Apple Music Sessions to include additional genres.

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