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Focal Naim America has announced the availability of a ‘Mixed on Focal’ hi-res playlist for Qobuz, TIDAL, Apple Music and Amazon Music HD. The new ‘MOF’ program is designed to offer listeners a chance to hear “the true sound of music as the artist, mix engineer, producer, and record label meant the songs to be heard”. Support is also coming for Spotify HIFI soon, and FN promises that new playlists will be released regularly.

The hi-res playlist(s) are made up of songs and albums actually mixed on Focal speakers, and are available to customers and dealers (for in-store demos). The company says the music will “perfectly” translate to various environments as the songs themselves are all mixed on Focal monitors.

“Mixed on Focal playlists are a perfect way to show off the incredible sound of Focal speakers,” said Romain Vet, VP of Marketing & Communications, Focal Naim America. “The pro audio community works tirelessly to record and mix the best sounding music possible, and listeners dream about hearing the best representation of that music — now we offer them a way to hear the music as it was mixed and meant to be heard – by listening on Focal speakers with ‘Mixed on Focal’ high-resolution streaming playlists.”

For a full list of recording artists and revered mix engineers on the first playlist (and future updated playlists), go to the Focal site here. The ‘Mixed on Focal’ current playlist is available at the following links: Qobuz, TIDAL, Apple Music and Amazon Music HD.



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