Have never needed curating. Find all the algorithms which try to do it laughably inept. You could start with Amazon recommending things I’ve already bought from them. Last FM and Roon Radio always felt the same to me. Ditto Spotify et al. They recommend things so close to what I’ve been listening to as to be completely unstimulating. I always think of it in terms of Cara Dillon. Lovely voice, decent songs albeit terribly tame, but… I have so much stuff like it why would I need her. Doesn’t meant how many friends rave about her I want to hear something new not a different version of the same thing. To that extent I have to say that I’ve zero interest in Innuos doing similar. There’s literally no reason for expecting anything different to the above.
In order to find new music I have always read. Started with Melody Maker, NME, Q, Mojo, Uncut, Record Collector, Under The Radar and occasionally the daily papers. Easy to paste critics, or, you can learn.
Similarly, I’ve no interest in multi-room. The bedroom has no music or TV because… it’s the bedroom. Ditto the kitchen. The living room has TV and music and I either listen solo when others aren’t around or we do it as a family (ditto TV). The boy has a Muso QB 1st gen in our spare bedroom/his play space so nothing in his bedroom either. When we party… well frankly if you’ve heard Zu speakers then multi-room simply isn’t needed. When we have dining guests then music from the next room more than suffices. I sometimes feel it’s easy to not see the wood for the trees on these things. I love music but having spaces where things can’t/don’t happen is helpful in si many ways.
What does that leave? DSP? I may well try that but, before I do, I’ve storage for ripped CDs; cable dressing and speaker setup to address so I can’t say it’s top of my list.