DISCO Music Management 12+

Music workflow, solved‪.‬

S-Wave Holdings Pty Ltd

Designed for iPhone

    • 3.9 • 25 Ratings
    • Free

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DISCO makes it easy to organize, search and share your music and other files, all in the one place. Artists, labels, managers, publishers, broadcasters and music supervisors around the world use DISCO to organize their files and collaborate with their teams and networks.

With DISCO for iOS, access all your music and playlists wherever you are. Upload and receive files, organize and edit, listen and playlist, with all changes instantly synced to the DISCO web app. Collaborate with your team in real-time – view your teammates’ work and quickly build on it.

• Listen online and offline

• Create playlists in minutes using drag and drop

• Update existing lists on the fly

• Edit metadata

• Upload files from your phone, and receive files from others

• Share playlists with a few taps and get in depth notifications on access and new files.

A DISCO account is required to use DISCO for iOS.

What’s New

Version 1.0.23

Bug fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Itsnametag ,

Please allow “Add Tags” & View Email Option on App

Can you provide an option to add tags to songs that are uploaded? Also can you allow it to where sender email addresses can be seen if there are music submissions? I noticed that this can be done on the desktop version, but not on the app itself.

I'm Every Woman ,

DISCO is the most best

If you care about yourself, your music, your business, your time, your cash flow, and perhaps even how your workflow impacts your colleagues in the music industry as a whole, you’ll get this app, you’ll invest in the very reasonable cost at whatever tier of membership makes sense for your uses, and your life with pretty much immediately get less annoying. It’s the industry standard for good reason. Especially in music licensing, but also great for simply organizing your music catalog in a way that’s accessible, lightweight, and intuitive. The web-based platform links up seamlessly to the mobile app and we’re all grateful they built this thing. How else could we have gotten away with building and pitching playlists while driving? Show me the lie! Get the free trial, you’ll be hooked, and their customer support will help you directly with any questions at pretty much all hours of the day. This is the new(ish) normal. Teeny tiny learning curve. Promise.:)

Mostly Normal Human ,

Good idea but missing essential functions

I don’t understand how a music centered app has a very antiquated music player. It doesn’t even have a repeat button, and often the songs don’t load properly or don’t rollover into the next song. It could benefit from an upgrade of the basics rather than focusing on marketing so much, although it does most everything else well, it has been overlooking the actual core functions

App Privacy

The developer, S-Wave Holdings Pty Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Contact Info
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  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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