Woodland Hills, CA (April 16, 2004)–Representatives from DeWolfe, SelecTracks, Downright Music, MasterSource, Ed Wood Music, Who Did That Music, Extreme Music, LoveCat Music, Aircraft Music, MegaTrax, MusicBox, 615 Music and APM will be on hand to demonstrate mSoft’s MusicCue 3.2 server system at the NAB 2004 convention. According to mSoft, this is the first time the top names in the sound library industry will collaborate in a single booth to showcase the future of content delivery.
To accommodate the complete catalogs of music from the participating libraries, a giant 5TB RAID from ADTX has been configured for the show, representing about 6500 CDs of music and sound effects. mSoft currently has 16TB of music and sound effects content available from the largest libraries to the smallest music boutiques, a collection growing on average by 50 CDs a week.
“Each library representative will be able to walk up to any computer station in the booth and log in with a personal password that will configure their searches to only their libraries, and even change the graphics on the screen to their colors and logos,” said Doug Perkins, mSoft’s VP of sales. “The libraries know that users don’t have unlimited space for CDs or the time to find the right music by browsing rows of discs if they did, and so we’re very pleased by the acceptance they’ve shown of our solution.”
mSoft will also debut their new interface for Macintosh based digital audio workstations at NAB. mSoftPlayer 2.0 is designed to work with a standard internet browser and will provide virtually any Macintosh- or Windows-based DAW users a simple and easy to use file player for sending single or multiple audio file copies from the mSoft server to their workstations.