How to Organize Your Music Collection
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Triple J has broadcast a variety of genre-specific music programs including Like a Version – a weekly program where an artist plays their own take on a popular song.
1. Organize your music.
Keeping your music collection organized can be a pain, but it’s essential to have everything easy to find. Whether your collection comes from mixtapes and CD’s, Spotify or your hard drive, it’s a good idea to schedule time regularly to sort through new tracks and old favorites to make sure all the metadata is intact.
With j music stream you can automatically organize all your Spotify songs into bins that organize them by genre, mood or decade of release and more. You can choose which music to organize: Saved Music; Music in playlists; or Music you follow.
Once the app appears in the iOS Appstore listing, tap the GET button to begin downloading and installation on your device. Once installed, it will appear on your device home screen and can be launched from the j music stream icon. This app uses the device’s camera to detect and locate your albums, songs, and videos to organize them by genre, album, artist, or track.
2. Build playlists.
In an effort to attract and retain users, music streaming platforms rely heavily on personalisation. Editorial playlists and personalised recommendations are continuously selected, arranged and presented to users across microspatialities (Barna 2017, Bonini and Gandini 2019; Eriksson 2020). They incorporate a feedback loop of data on user listening behaviour which enables them to optimise the contents of playlists and reshape the taste profiles of individual listeners.
Although existing and emerging sources of curation such as record stores, radio, social media influencers, online forums and friendship networks still play an important role in the circulation and consumption of recorded music (Joosse and Eckhardt 2017), it is the personalised experience provided by music streaming platforms that generates value and satisfaction for their consumers. This is largely due to the fact that these experiences are designed to convince consumers that their lives are decomposed into a series of moments, needs and moods, each of which can be matched with an ideal playlist.
3. Share your playlists.
Double J’s playlists on Spotify are among the fastest growing in the world, with more than half a million followers across their curated playlist network. They have also built a catalogue of production and songwriting, working with artists such as Jasmine Thompson (UK Top 10 album) and co-writing tracks for platinum selling DJ and artist Cascada.
Sharing your perfectly cultivated playlists with friends has never been easier. Whether you’ve built a playlist on Spotify, YouTube Music, Apple Music or another service, just tap Tune My Music to transfer and share it to any of your friend’s streaming services. Then they can listen on any device and save it for later. It’s a win for everyone. Plus, your friends can use it for 7 days.
4. Stream to any device.
Many music streaming services offer on-demand access to millions of songs right on your phone or computer. The quality of the sound varies a lot, with some offering CD quality or higher while others are compressed. Many music listeners find it hard to tell the difference, but some audiophiles prefer a higher quality.
Double J is an Australian radio station that specializes in alternative music and youth culture. It has a variety of playlists on Spotify, curating everything from commercial dance to classical piano. Its playlists are among the fastest-growing on Spotify, with more than half a million followers in less than a year. It also has a number of imprints, including Front of House Recordings for UK dance music and Pianoramix for contemporary classical.