YouTube’s Classical Music section gets a new twist

Posted January 16, 2020 11:59:58A new twist to YouTube’s classical music section has been introduced.

The new section features a dedicated category for “Smart Music”.

The category contains all music with a digital or MP3 file format and features recommendations for listening to it.

The “Smart” category also includes a selection of music from Google Play Music and Spotify.

Smart music has a number of features including playback, tagging and tagging presets.

It is also possible to download music from a cloud-based storage service.

While it is not possible to play Smart music in the classical section, there are a number videos from the feature.

The feature is available in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Canada and South Africa.

“This is an innovative new way for people to discover new music from around the world and we’re really excited to have such a huge selection of new music to listen to,” said Mark Williams, CEO of YouTube.

“We think people will enjoy using Smart Music, and that’s why we’ve launched this new section.”

The “smart” section is available from the YouTube Music app on iOS, Android and the desktop browser.

The list of Smart music features is currently limited to Google Play and Spotify, but Google is working to expand the feature to other music platforms.