Invitation to test "bubl - free business music stream
"bublfree music for business and events
bubl adds background audio ambience
and sonic texture to your
business environment or event experience.
Currently testing exciting catalogue of genre neutral instrumental music to stream in your business premises for free.
Experience "bubl and test stream the digitalTRAFFIC music catalogue at your place of business.
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Thanks for taking the time to interact - appreciated.
Customer / client / audience friendly - safe - legal - free. Hours of ambient neutral instrumental background music to stream in your business premises or event experience. Ambient soundscapes to add sonic texture to your business or event experience.
No licence required. No fees to be paid. No Ads. No catch. Available to stream 24/7/365/global.
Tracks added and rotated regularly increasing continuous stream length.
Original and unique instrumental soundscapes. Atmospheric neutral ambient textures.
"bubl offers business owners a simple free and legal, alternative in-premises music solution.
Original and unique instrumental soundscapes.
Atmospheric and neutral with ambient textures.
Enhance your business environment experience.
Free background music soundtracks for streaming in commercial business environments, corporate and business premises - even elevators. All tracks fadein / fadeout for smooth continuous playlist stream.
The "bubl catalogue can be streamed for commercial premises use.
All tracks copyright © digitalTRAFFIC.
digitalTRAFFIC free business music streaming library. Original soundscapes created and produced by digitalTRAFFIC. "bubl is a business music service provided by digitalTRAFFIC.
(no machines were harmed in the making of this album)
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OFNOTE: According to a recent report an estimated 83% of businesses are illicitly using a personal music service like Spotify or Apple Music for public consumption costing the music industry an estimated $2.65bn a year and that more than 21m businesses around the world are probably breaking the law.
Beware the sound police... :-)