HD Music Stream Service


HDtracks has just announced its upcoming hi res streaming service, HDmusicStream. This service will allow you to access the same, vast hi res lusic library offered by HDtracks but as an online streaming platform.  Launching very soon!  

They are producing some informational videos about HDmusicStream right now. We will have lots more information for you soon!

This announcement raises many questions about when, cost, how to access, hardware required, sound quality, content and many more.  I will post any additional information I receive.   


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I asked Aurender if they have any plans to implement a HD Tracks Streaming service into their iPad app.  Unfortunately, Aurender reports, at the moment, there is not much information available about this service, but if HD Tracks provides an API to developers so that Aurender can implement it into their App, then Aurender may consider adding it to Conductor.

It seems my request for HD Tracks streaming on my Aurender is complicated.  

I asked HD Tracks if they have any plans to release an API to developers so that Aurender, and other similar companies, can build their streaming service into their application.  

I know this development is very involved and going to take time.  Depending on its cost, I might be interested in streaming Hi Res albums from HD Tracks on my Aurender Music Server if this service was available.  The bottom line is Hi Res Streaming from HD Tracks on my Aurender Music Server is not going to happen in the short term and may not ever happen.

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HD Tracks reports

"I cannot speak to HDtrack's plans to release an API at this moment. I do not know whether or not there are plans in the future.  I do know that a dedicated app for Mac and Windows will be released soon".




If you don't want to wait, Murfie already offers lossless streaming.
I think most audiophiles prefer using a standalone steamer than an app for windows or mac. No aurender support is a deal breaker for me. I hope they smarten up and release an API soon.