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Amp Up Business

Sonos makes it easy to bring brilliant-sounding music to your business.

Enhance your business with a customized sound system and commercial music streaming subscription that provides everything from curated playlists to fair compensation for artists.

Find the right music streaming service for your business.

30-day free trial

Soundtrack Your Brand works like a personalized radio station for your business. You control the music depending on the mood you want. Soundtrack does the hard work by selecting tracks for a consistent sound from the largest music catalog in the world, licensed for business use.

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Mood Mix makes streaming music for business easy, fun, and affordable. Create custom mixes and fine-tune your soundtrack at the click of a button and take control of your business.

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7-day free trial

Smarter Music for Business - Easily select the perfect station, create your own, and sync with leading consumer services. Instantly control any number of locations from the Rockbot Dashboard, Remote App, & Sonos Controller.

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30-day free trial

SOUNDMACHINE is music for business. Choose from hundreds of stations, create your own from a catalog of 40M+ tracks, and import your favorite playlists from Spotify, Apple Music, and more. Play multiple streams off the same account.

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Qsic pairs in-depth musical knowledge with intelligently gathered businesses data to deliver seamless soundtracks that enhance sales, encourage repeat business, improve customer satisfaction and boost your bottom line.

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7-day free trial

Custom Channels aspires to be the best music option and partner choice for your business, offering dedicated client services team and reliable, customizable solutions. See why Custom Channels is the right fit for you.

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14-day free trial

Cloud Cover Music provides streaming solutions designed to enhance customer engagement. Manage curated music and promotional messaging across multiple locations, all from a single dashboard.

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14-day free trial

Jukeboxy Music for Business offers 40+ million songs and over 300 professionally curated playlists. Create playlists based on mood, genre, tempo, and decade with the DJ Set feature, and schedule music remotely with the Jukeboxy Manager App.

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14-day free trial

Tribe of Noise is an award winning, royalty-free, streaming music service for business. Clients love the ease of use and savings. Musicians love the personal attention and fair, direct payments.

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14-day free trial

Soundry provides music perfectly shaped for your business. Stream professionally curated music with a simple subscription and never worry about licensing fees.

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Why Choose Sonos
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Enjoy clear, richly detailed sound that fills your business at any volume.
Sonos makes controlling music simple so you can focus on your business.
Customize your sound system and stream all the music your business needs.
Why do I need a commercial music streaming service?

Composers, musicians, and artists deserve fair compensation, especially when their music offers extra value to your business. As a business owner, you’re legally responsible for paying license fees for music you play in your venue.

Can't I just use my personal music streaming subscription?

You’ll still have to pay licensing fees to use music in your business. Additionally, if you want to get rid of the ads that interrupt the music, you’ll need to pay for a premium subscription on most services. It’s usually more cost effective to subscribe to a music streaming service for business use.

What is considered a public performance?

The Copyright Law of the United States defines a public performance of music as, “Music performed in a place open to the public or at any place where a substantial number of persons outside of a normal circle of a family and its social acquaintances is gathered.”

What are Performance Rights Organizations?

BMI, ASCAP, and SESAC are known as the Performance Rights Organizations (PROs) that represent songwriters and music publishers in the United States. If you play music licensed by one of these organizations and don’t have a license from them, you can potentially be held liable for copyright infringement, which can result in thousands of dollars of liability as well as costly legal fees.