The Play MPE® Player provides a convenient way to stream and download promotional music then
burn CDs and export full quality, broadcast-ready files directly into your station’s playback system. This
a complimentary, invitation only service and there is absolutely no
cost to you. To access it you need to have a Play MPE account.
Accounts are given free to members of members of the recording industry, radio industry, and media
and publicity. To get an account, you must request an account from the Play MPE® website:
Identify what kind of position you currently occupy in your organization or your role.
Then fill in more information about yourself so that release content
providers can better target releases or reach out to contact you.
After completing the form, click Submit.
After submitting the request you will be contacted by Play MPE with more information about your application
Introduction to Play MPE Reporting
Release creators and label owners using Play MPE will be able to track activity of all releases they have sent out or made available on the Play MPE system by accessing caster.plaympe.com with their regular account sign in. Why is there now a ...
What is Play MPE Caster?
Version 8 of the release publishing tools, officially known as Caster is available at http://caster.plaympe.com is the most significant update to the Play MPE service in more than 9 years, this release offers critical benefits including: Anywhere, ...
Getting started with Play MPE Reporting
Signing in to Play MPE Reporting Go to https://encoder.plaympe.com/ and use your Encoder username and password. Once successfully signed in, you will see a list of Releases you have created if you are a Release Creator. To access Reporting, click the ...
My Play MPE® account has not been receiving any/enough content.
• Ask label contacts for servicing via Play MPE®. • Contact MPE® list managers to ensure they are on any applicable Play MPE® managed lists. Select "Get Music" from plaympe.com • If you have a Mediabase account, you can access a lot of music that ...
I'm using on old version of Mac OS X (El Capitan and older) and I'm no longer able to access my Play MPE player account
A widely used root security certificate, that for IdenTrust DST Root CA X3, expired on September 30. This is relied on by Let’s Encrypt security certificates. Although later versions of Mac OS X and macOS have had replacement root certificates ...