Apple today announced the launch of Apple Music Sessions, the first two singers Carrie Underwood and Tenille Townes was invited to record an exclusive live version of spatial audio. According to the official introduction, Apple Music Sessions is designed to allow artists to record live music in studios around the world, covering their popular and beloved songs into spatial audio versions, and then exclusively launching them on Apple Music.
In addition, these unique performances will also be filmed and organized into a special bespoke live collection that includes a new spatial audio track and accompanying music video for the live performance.
Carrie Underwood performed her hit "Ghost Story," as well as a stripped-down version of "Blown Away," and a cover of Ozzy Osbourne's "Mama, I'm Coming Home." Country singer-songwriter Tenille Townes performed her hits "Same Road Home" and "Somebody's Daughter," as well as a cover of Etta James' "At Last."
Apple said that Apple Music Sessions kicked off in Nashville, USA, and many outstanding country musicians have gathered together, including Ronnie Dunn, Ingrid Andress, etc. Apple also plans to expand the series to other countries in the future type of music.