The Amazon Music app’s ability to measure and control the dynamics of songs and music files is getting a major overhaul.
In a blog post today, Amazon announced that the software will now have an “Advanced Dynamic Frequency Analysis” feature, allowing it to “see how different parts of the sound field interact with each other.”
The ability to see how different elements of a sound field behave in concert will allow Amazon to improve how it uses dynamic music processing, such as adjusting the volume and panning the audio in concert, for music playback.
Amazon also said it will “enhance the integration with Alexa so it’s easier for users to create and share music playback experiences.”
“We’ve worked hard to make this feature work with all of the features we provide, and now it’s ready for Prime members and users in other countries to use,” said David Jaffe, Amazon Music’s VP of music software.
“It’s an exciting time to be a music app user, and we look forward to continuing to work with the community to make sure it works for everyone.”
The feature is now available in the Amazon Music player on iOS, Android, and the web, but the app is still being developed for Android and iOS.
The new feature has a few big advantages for Amazon Music: It makes it easier to use with other music apps on the Apple and Google Play stores, such like Spotify and Deezer.
And, with the new feature, it makes it much easier to create custom playlists that you can add to a music library.
“For the first time, users can choose how the advanced frequency analysis works, which is important for creating personalized playlists,” said Jeff Guevara, general manager of content for the Google Play Store.
“We’re excited to give our users more control over how the Advanced Dynamic Frequency analyzer works and will continue to improve this feature for our customers.”
Amazon Music has been a key player in the music-streaming space for years, serving as a way to make music streaming more personal and accessible.
It offers a huge library of over 500 million songs and has a powerful library of live radio stations, as well as a collection of millions of songs.
But Amazon has also faced some criticism in recent years over the quality of its streaming service.
Last year, for example, a class-action lawsuit against the company resulted in a $2.5 billion settlement in which Amazon agreed to provide more detailed information about how its streaming music service worked.
The company also settled another class-actions lawsuit last year that brought suit against the streaming service over allegations that its streaming services were “unfair to artists and record labels.”