Music Notes

by | Mar 1, 2022 | Neptune Now - Private | 0 comments

As the calendar pages keep turning, think of fun things you can do with the music in your facility to mix it up and have some fun.  How about at theme week or even a special themed daypart?  We can help!  You can use the music request page and pick a category, like 80s pop for example, and indicate in the instructions when you want it to play.  However, we do have more categories which may not appear on the regular view.

Want a disco day? An oldies day?  We have the music for you.  Ask your Partner Success Manager (PSM) if we already have a specific genre in our library, which might not appear in your normal view on the music request system.  Check with them first. If we don’t have what you’re looking for you can request specific artists and titles using the music request form.  Bear in mind if it’s not already in our library it will still have to go through our screening process to make sure it adheres to our music policy. With that in mind, if you’re going to need a large quantity of music, allow for time that.

As always, if you have any questions or need any assistance, please contact your Partner Success Manager.

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