The Californian firm is proud to announce its 40 years of relationship with France, in a new press release. If the latter mentions some historical points that have shaped the history of Apple in France, it also serves to present a unique novelty for the country.
An Apple Music studio on the Champs-Élysées
Apple announces the opening of a radio studio in Paris, on one of the most famous avenues in the world, for Apple Music.
It is announced as equipped with the latest equipment at the cutting edge of technology in terms of acoustics and sound. It is in this studio that all future Apple Music shows will be recorded, such as The code, led by Mehdi Maïzi, or French hits, hosted by T-Miss. The place will also see the birth of new French shows, led by renowned French-speaking artists.
By the way, Apple did not fail to equip the studio with a listening booth Space Audio for visiting artists and program guests.
We can’t wait to see what the next Apple Music content will be created in this Parisian Apple studio, which is also, as the Cupertino company specifies, the first of its kind in continental Europe. The United Kingdom already has its equivalent in London. Across the Atlantic, such studios also exist in Los Angeles, New York and Nashville.