Luminant Music accepts audio files in the following formats: MP3, WAV, OGG, and AIFF.
Definitely! With an active subscription, you may use Luminant Music for any personal or commercial purpose.
Luminant Music was built to support single songs that are less than 15 minutes each in length. If you have the Grateful Dead’s 1978 Winterland Ballroom show as a single WAV file, it's probably not going to work; that show was six hours long. We are actively working to implement support for long tracks in a future release. In the meantime, many variables determine what will and won't work. If your computer has enough memory, you can probably play a one-hour track. Save your playlist before you try to add extra-long tracks, just in case, and keep an eye out for future releases to fix the problem entirely.
Luminant Music 3.x is currently available for iOS and Android devices.
Luminant Music 2.x is currently available for computers running Windows and MacOS.
See the Pricing page for system requirements.
We are building in support for various services. Spotify is coming soon and more will follow.
Luminant Music does not have built in support for casting; however many devices have the function internally available.
You can cast to a TV if your device and TV support casting.
Pairing with Android can be slightly more complicated.
This may be called:
On the Android device:
1 If your TV does not support incoming connections an intermediary device may be needed.
Please consult the manual for the TV or intermediary device to enable incoming screen sharing.
2 If you do not see Screen Sharing in the Notification Panel you may need to add it via the Edit Button.
Please consult the manual for your android device to enable Screen Sharing.
From within Luminant Music tap on the Key icon and then tap Subscribe.
You will need to be logged in to the appropriate account.
Using Restore Purchases allows you to restore your account if you restored from a backup, deleted and reinstalled an app, or are using a new device that shares the same Apple ID you used to subscribe.
At this time our mobile app doesn't support automatic scene advancement, but we are working on a feature that will allow the scenes to automatically advance.
Currently the application will only see supported audio files transferred to the device via iTunes.
Currently the application will only see supported audio files located in the Music folder.
We are actively working to include additional ways to access your music within the application, so stay tuned!
There are several reasons why this issue may occur and we are working to prevent this issue from ever occurring.
The first step in resolution is to reinstall after clearing the Luminant Music app cache:
Google is aware of this issue and provides several possible solutions to help resolve this.