Yes, Atmosphere works with all sonos devices.
Installation is easy. Download the Atmosphere App, login with the codes we provide and press play.
We currently support iOS and Android devices.
Minimal Android version : Android 5 or greater
Ram: 1 GB or greater
Disk size: 8 GB or greater. We recommend 16GB
We recommend using a device with latest iOS version.
Minimal iOS version: Version 9 or greater.
Yes, we currently support Windows and MacOS.
Our music service is available for selected businesses only. Get in touch with our team to discuss possibilities of working together, we will set up an account for you.
There are two options:
Yes, that is possible if you are representing a business! Contact us through our Get in touch page to discuss the possibilities for a demo in your venues
We understand that the identity of your brand is not easily understood by standardised surveys or algorithms. Therefore we do a thorough in-take session to take a good look at your branding style, engagement strategy, target audience and in-store atmosphere. Together with you we formulate what atmosphere you want to create and what experience you want to give your audience.
Our team of music consultants finds the sound that matches that experience. Very often we evaluate music with our clients in order to find a variety of sounds and moods that form the client's unique Music Identity.
Your in-store music playlist is always maintained by your personal curator. In case you want to hear a personal favourite, or make an alteration, you can request that your curator does this for you.
There are multiple options to leverage your music identity towards your customers:
There is a strong emotional component in music that an algorithm doesn’t get. Someone who truly lives music can create a richer listening experience than a playlist created via data points.
We create a tailor-made collection of music, moods and emotions that communicate what your brand stands for. You are connected to a curator who is an expert in your sound.
Curators receive an elaborate brief about your brand and the atmospherics of your venues. Next to the brief they will work together with you to make sure that your music repertoire always stays on-track.
You can always call or email to your music curator directly. Also you will be able to talk about music and songs using the application where your playlists will be stored.
Yes. On Atmosphere's 'Backstage' platform you can have direct communication with your curator and leave feedback on your curated music.
Yes. We have a world wide network of carefully selected curators ready to be connected to a brand.
You can apply here. Please be aware we are looking for (semi) professional curators with a proven track record in the music industry.
Playing music in a store or public space always requires a license. In most countries the cost of a license is determined by the size of the store where the music is played. Applying for the required license can often be done online. For more info visit kollekt.fm/licensing or give us a call.
Public performing rights apply when performances are considered "public", meaning that they take place in a public place and the audience is outside a normal circle of friends and family, including restaurants, retail stores, gyms etc. Public performances also include broadcasts or and other transmitted performance of a song.
In other words: If you play music in a public space, you need a public performance rights license. This license can only be acquired by the venue owner where the music is played and can not be obtained by Kollekt.fm.
To obtain a public performance license, contact your local collection society in order to use Atmosphere legally.
Quick links for our clients in The Netherlands and Belgium:
List of local PRO's (.pdf)
Even though we can not acquire this license for our customers, we can inform you how to acquire a public performance rights license and support you in your application. Don't hesitate to contact us when there are questions.
"As laid out in our Terms and Conditions, Spotify is for personal entertainment only and not for commercial use. This means it can’t be broadcasted or played publicly from a business, such as radio stations, bars, restaurants, stores, dance studios, etc."
As stated in the example above, from Spotify, the music on similar platforms like Spotify are licensed for personal use only.
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