Cobus, the French high-definition music streaming and download site, has announced the opening of six new countries in Northern Europe, Australia and New Zealand. “Thus millions of music fans and audiophiles will now have access to its unique offer: excellence in sound quality, combined with music and editorial richness in the art creation service,” the company said.
Cobus is now available in 18 countries. In Europe: Stage-born in France, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, as well as the United States from 2019. The platform continues its international development. From April 15, 2021, COPUS will be accessible in six new countries: Australia and New Zealand, as well as in Northern Europe – Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland – promising streaming markets. Full development.
Developed in 2007, Cobus claims to offer all of its subscriptions exclusively at higher audio quality than the entire market: high resolution (high-res) quality, often referred to as studio quality, which reproduces sound as well. It was created and recorded in the studio by artists (up to 24-bit / 192 kHz); And CD quality, often referred to as hifi or HD quality, which delivers sound at CD-like quality (16-bit / 44.1 kHz).
“Our ambition is to make COPUS a global standard for high-definition music streaming and download sites. Today, we are pleased to offer our offer to emerging markets with the expectation of a better service like ours. It aims to bring music to its true value, and in mature markets such as Australia, New Zealand and Northern Europe, these new locations are very strategic for Cobus in the context of our international expansion, ”said Cobus Deputy CEO George Forne.
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