Tidal Reveals Two New Listening Features





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Today the music streaming service Tidal unveiled two new featured playlists on its app. Contributor Mix and History Mix are both curated playlists selected by the user’s listening habits to enhance the personalized listening experience.

“TIDAL continues to make significant efforts to expand its personalization capabilities, offering members more personalized playlists, videos and tracks consistent with their current listening habits,” said TIDAL COO, Lior Tibon. “With the launch of Contributor Mix and History Mix, TIDAL is continuing its commitment to offer members the best avenues for musical exploration by recognizing the team behind a hit track and deepening the connection with their favorite artists.” 

About the New Featured Mixes

Contributor Mixes follow the 2019 release of TIDAL’s interactive credits feature which spotlights those instrumental in bringing a song to life— from unheralded background singers and lyricists to producers and mixing engineers. Each playlist adds another dimension of discovery and allows members to appreciate music in new ways by exploring the innovators behind some of their favorite songs. 

History Mixes showcase users’ musical archives with three types of playlists, “All Time,” “Yearly” and “Monthly” highlighting their most streamed tracks, as far back as 2018. The “All Time” playlist features a user’s top 200 tracks over the course of their subscription;  “Yearly” playlist includes top 100 tracks over the past year; and the “Monthly” playlist highlights the top 50 tracks each month. History Mixes can be viewed directly on users’ homepage in-app or via TIDAL.com. 

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