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Amazon Launches Amp To Let You Become A DJ Of Your Own Radio Show

Users may host their own live show using Amp, and callers can attend & request to talk. Hosts may interact with their audience while playing music in real time.

Amazon Launches Amp To Let You Become A DJ Of Your Own Radio Show

As an increasing number of firms enter the live audio field, Amazon yesterday unveiled Amp, a new live studio software that turns users into DJs of their own radio shows.

During the pandemic, demand for the services increased dramatically, and IT firms rushed to develop and launch new features to benefit from the trend. Last year, the audio app Clubhouse attracted attention and funding from Silicon Valley, while live discussion material can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Discord, and Spotify.

It’s not Amazon’s first foray into live content; the company owns Twitch and has expanded its podcast library through Audible. Amazon Amp might supply new material for Echo smart speaker customers, as well as help the company’s fast-growing ad business.

Users may host their own live show using Amp, and callers can attend and request to talk. Hosts may interact with their audience while playing music in real time, as well as organize and arrange their shows ahead of time. DJs will have access to Amazon’s music collection, which includes millions of tracks. In a blog post, the business stated that Amp allows its users to “reimagine radio.”

In the article, vice president of Amp, John Ciancutti, expressed that Amp integrates what consumers love about radio with the opportunities that today’s technology has presented. He added that people are hungry for a change in how they find and share music.

Amp is redefining how fans can immerse themselves in the world of live audio, while also providing a new opportunity for the millions of individuals who create and share playlists every day to put their passion for music into live shows.

Prominent singers such as Nicki Minaj, Pusha T, and Tinashe, and social media influencers and radio personalities, have been signed up by Amazon to develop content for the app. The software is presently in beta for iPhone and requires an invitation to join, although anyone may sign up to be added to a waiting list.

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