Members of Bowers & Wilkins' Society of Sound will be able to download high quality recordings of the LSO from March 25th

Bowers & Wilkins has announced that the London Symphony Orchestra is joining Society of Sound. The company's music club will offer high quality downloads from the LSO from March 25th.

Full members of B&W's music club will be given acces to an LSO Live album. The content is available to download in a variety of different formats, including master-tape quality 24-bit FLAC, alongside artwork.

Since it's launch in May 2008, Society of Sound Music has brought members a wide variety of different musical styles, such as: Gwyneth Herbert; former Suede frontman Brett Anderson; guitarist Tom Kerstens; Dave Stewart and more.

Bowers & Wilkins offers free trial memberships via its website, where users can download a six-track seasonal sampler, and a track a month for three months.

Full membership of Society of Sound Music allows you to download two albums each month, and costs £23.95 for six months or £33.95 for a year.

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Visit the Bowers and Wilkins Society of Sound website for more information on the service and the latest link-up with the London Symphony Orchestra. 

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