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MusicBox Goes Mobile with App

Calabasas, CA (November 2, 2009)--MusicBox has launched a free iPhone app that provides "on the go" access to over 10,000 tracks in its library.

Calabasas, CA (November 2, 2009)–MusicBox has launched a free iPhone app that provides “on the go” access to over 10,000 tracks in its library.

MusicBoxMobile is reportedly the first iPhone app of its kind to be developed by a production music publishing company. The new free app also represents the latest addition to the company’s suite of proprietary, web-based, music selection and downloading applications.

David Houts, executive producer of such TV series as Dog the Bounty Hunter, Parking Wars, King of Cars and Family Plots, said, “MusicBoxMobile is highly versatile and allows any producer, editor or music supervisor to make their creative musical choices ‘on the go’ through an easy to search, easy to download, one-stop clearance music process. Once again MusicBox is making the creative process more accessible and intuitive.”

Regarding its product, Music Box co-founder/president Joel Goodman states, “MusicBoxMobile accounts are a two-way street allowing editor and producer to work from the same account while in separate locations, adding and removing tracks from their Favorites folder in real time. As Favorites are chosen on the iPhone, they’re instantly accessed in the edit room and vice versa. Production teams can download tracks they have selected (as one zip file), and lay music directly into their productions. Our MusicBoxMobile clients can search by keyword/descriptor, genre, mood, tempo and instruments with a flick of a finger, as well as scroll and browse through MusicBox albums and CDs.”

Since the company’s inception in 2002, MusicBox’s musical works have been featured in thousands of hours of original television programming, hundreds of feature and documentary films, national and global advertising campaigns, film trailers and videogames.