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All the music used in your dance studio is from Spotify, so why do you also pay another licence fee?

All digital music service providers, including Spotify, Apple Music and others pay licence fees to music rights organisations from around the world (like APRA AMCOS in Australia) to compensate the music creators that Spotify are making money from.

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Dean Ormston talks OneMusic Australia launch: ‘We knew this was going to be a big job’

It’s a new day, a new financial year and a new dawn for music licensing.

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“Music brings people in”: Dan Rosen on OneMusic Australia

Music makes the world better. All of us who work in the music industry know this to be true. The same can also be said for business – playing music in a business makes that business better.

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Business to benefit from simplified music licensing from 1 July 2019

Slashing administration time in half, a joint initiative of Australia’s two music rights management bodies - OneMusic Australia - will launch on 1 July 2019.

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How does music impact your productivity at work?

You’re very likely listening to music right now as you work. Yet is it to the benefit or detriment of your productivity?

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Cheese appreciates music like we do

‘Cheese in Surround Sound’

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Make your wine taste better

Same wine, different music.

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Encourage your customers to drink more beer

Forty male beer drinkers were observed in a bar.

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Make 21% more money during the week at your pub

Pubs with music and pubs with out music, the turnover difference is huge.

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Encourage your customers to stay longer

Table turn. Several studies have shown that diners eat more quickly when fast music is playing.

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Encourage your customers to make an extra purchase

Want customers to spend more on alcohol or order a dessert?

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