The founders of HDtracks are launching a new hi def streaming music service powered by 7Digital. HDmusicStream will use MQA technology to deliver studio quality music, with 7digital powering app development and delivering tracks from its platform to consumers.
New hi res streaming music service HDmusicStream will launch in the second half of 2017 powered by 7Digital.
"We are excited today to be able to confirm our relationship with HDtracks. The Grammy Award-winning label Chesky Records - from HDtracks founders David and Norman Chesky - has, for many years, set the highest standards in high resolution audio," 7digital's deputy chief executive Pete Downton in a statement. "Their pursuit of excellence will soon be available to audiophile music fans in a streaming service for the first time."
Downton is off to Midem this week to finalize the label and publishing deals need to launch.