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Tidal’s new live feature will let you host a live DJing session
April 4, 2023

Tidal’s new live feature will let you host a live DJing session

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Tidal is rolling out a new feature that lets you act as a DJ and allow your friends to listen to your choices. The feature called Live is available for both HiFi ($9.99 per month) and HiFi Plus ($19.99 per month) subscribers of the streaming service.

This feature doesn’t exactly work like Spotify’s Group Sessions, which lets all participants control the song queue. Tidal’s Live feature puts one person in charge of the song selection (the initiator) — they handle the track listing. The Block-owned company has been testing it under the ‘DJ’ moniker since last December, and now it is being rolled out to all users.

Users can create a session while listening to any song or playlist by tapping the Live button in the top-right corner. They can name the session and share the link with their friends. Those friends can click on the start listening to music if they are paying subscribers. If not, Tidal will ask them to join via a free trial.

Notably, whatever is in the session creator’s now playing queue becomes part of the session. But they can edit this list to make it more suitable to a session’s theme if needed. Tidal noted that the number of listeners in a session accounts for the number of streams per song. So if five people are listening to a track, it counts as five streams.

There’s a caveat though. You can only create and listen to a session in your registered country. So you can’t have a listening party with your cross-border friends.

Tidal says that you will see different live sessions on the home page including the ones by the company’s curators and your friends. The company said it is ‘learning and experimenting’ with the section to make it more relevant to a user.

In terms of social features, users can only see how many people are tuned into a session. But there are no features like reactions or comments. Sacerdote said that the streaming service is ‘envisioning’ features like giving thumbs-up or thumbs-down reactions to the DJ’s choices.

Apart from releasing the feature, Tidal said that it is concentrating on supporting rising artists. The company is thinking of these artists as small businesses and wants to help them manage this stuff. It is leaning on Block’s expertise in helping small businesses and wants to build on that for artists. Though Tidal didn’t specify what tools it is making.

‘We were very committed to this notion of helping artists better manage and grow their business, which is effectively their fans. So you can imagine a world in which Live become a tool with which artists manage and connect with their audiences,’ Sacerdote said.

Last month, Tidal shut down its direct artist payout program in favor of an emerging artist project called Tidal Rising. The company has committed $5 million to this program, and the money will be used in hosting workshops and helping artists with studio recordings and promotional materials.


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