Perfect-Octave has also launched India's first ever 24X7 Classical Music based on Television Channel "INSYNC" showcasing Indian classical and other music genre such as Ghazal, Sufi, fusion, Spiritual, Music education, Dance & also western classical and world music. The channel was launched on satellite from 15th August, 2013 and is visible on all major digital cable networks across India reaching 30 million Indian households. Soon it will be available in other parts of the world.
Advisory Board of Insync
Stalwarts of Indian music such as Padma Bhushan Pt. Arvind Parikh, versatile Vocalist Shankar Mahadevan, renowned flute maestro Pt. Hariprasad Chaurasia, Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan, young Sitar player Niladri Kumar, Tabla wizard Pt. Vijay Ghate, Pt. Rajan Sajan Mishra, Sudha Raghunathan and Aruna Sairam have come together to form an advisory board of Insync.
Perfect-Octave has released many audio CDs of Indian classical music and has started its own Music Label called "Insync Music" which will release albums featuring upcoming and renowned artist.
Perfect Octave is now coming out with music App “INSYNC TV " which will make it easy for connoisseurs of Indian music to discover, play and watch the music they love on various mobile platforms, anywhere in the world. One can access service, subscribe to it, listen and watch thousands of tracks, enjoy playlists handcrafted by themselves.
Perfect Octave will be launching a unique platform. For the first time a dedicated platform for artists, lyricists and students is being launched on a large scale. This will be the only platform where a musician can monetize his/her content across the world, be seen by the registered organizers National & International who can directly seek the talent from this site. The Talent also gets unique opportunity of being supervised by the Maestros.
Artists can even upload their own music content on this app and thereby opening the opportunity for them to monetize their content and even monitor the monetization.
Perfect Octave along with its social wing Center for Research and Performance of Indian Music (CRPIM) is initiating community building endeavour called Global Community of Indian Music in a movement to bring the connoisseurs of Indian Classical Music under one umbrella