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Prescriptive Music is one of the nation’s leading music branding and consulting companies. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Prescriptive Music has helped to pioneer the increasingly-popular use of ’sensory branding’ leveraging the emotional and powerful effect of customized music to build customer loyalty and brand differentiation. Prescriptive Music works with major hotels, restaurants, spas and retailers to develop personalized music branding systems that help them attract and retain customers.
Through complete custom music programming, innovative private label CDs, state-of-the-art background music delivery systems, customized music download stores, audio integration and much more, Prescriptive Music connects brands with consumers on a meaningful and enduring level.
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SLS South Beach & Prescriptive Music – Set To Make A Splash
SBE has once again selected Prescriptive Music to customize the musical atmosphere which will welcome guests of The SLS South Beach, opening in the Spring of 2012. Occupying The Ritz Plaza’s former space, The SLS has revamped their luxurious location through numerous renovations and weaving together lounge music with funky Cuban sounds. The hotel’s brand new pool side bungalow suites allow guests to bathe in the warm sunshine, while enjoying music from artists such as Goldfrapp and Thievery Corporation. The hotel includes 8,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor amenities, 130+ rooms and cabanas. Prescriptive Music has also worked with SBE to create the vibe at its other properties in Los Angles, such as The Bazaar and Katsuya. Both restaurants are set to make their Miami debut in the SLS Hotel South Beach. The Bazaar offers an eclectic setting with Spanish influenced fine dining from the renowned chef Jose Andres, while Katsuya offers Japanese inspired cuisine to entice any guests’ taste buds. Being that these locations are all the rage in Los Angeles, The SLS Hotel is sure to become the newest hot spot to hit South Beach.