In yesterday's Paul's Post I described our delight when the local FM radio station turned us down because our music was too dynamic. They loved the music, just not the recording quality which didn't fit their worldview of how music should be homogenized.
I get it. We all get it.
But, that got us thinking. Why not start our own radio station?
Now, this is very much in its infancy and I am giving you a sneak peek. We've got lots of work to do to get it where we want: the right air personalities, the right musical blends, featured artists section, new music hour, etc.
But for now, enjoy Octave Radio. There are no ads. The service is totally free.
Jessica and I are the only DJs, so far, but that'll soon change.
If you want to add the station to your Sonos or or Roon services, here's the actual stream URL:
At home, I use the Tune In app. If you want to do the same, touch the three dots in the upper right corner of the Tune In app, select My Stations, and add Octave Radio using the above URL. There's also a player on the Octave page.
Over time, we'll get the station listed on services that will make it easy for you to ask Alexa or your smart speaker to play Octave Radio. For now, early adopters can enjoy.
For me and Terri, sitting on a warm summer's evening on our patio, playing Octave Radio with a glass of rosé is my new best evening pleasure.