Digital music retailer 7digital is upping its game in the field of high-definition downloads. The company has expanded its 24-bit and 16-bit FLAC format section, selling the higher quality files in 32 countries including the UK, US, Canada and Europe. “There’s an increasing demand amongst consumers for higher quality music downloads,” says CEO Ben Drury, who cites the growing popularity of internet-connected music devices in the home. “We’re already in talks with the major and key independent labels about offering more FLAC downloads from 7digital stores, and expect to make more tracks and albums available as demand from consumers increases,” says Drury. 7digital is selling albums at £9.99 in the new section, including a live album from Biffy Clyro. Link

Like what you’ve read here? This is just a snippet from our subscription service.

Our subscribers get the most important digital music news and analysis delivered to them every morning and full reports every week plus access to a massive archive of data and previous reports.

For a free two week trial of Music Ally, sign up here. No strings attached – we promise!

EarPods and phone

Tools: platforms to help you reach new audiences

Tools :: Wyng

Through Music Ally’s internal marketing campaign tracking, we’ve recently discovered an interesting website by the…

Read all Tools >>

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *