Studio City, CA (September 19, 2006)–Opus 1 Music Library has announced the new Online version of its DMA (Digital Music Assistant) music search and delivery system has reached a milestone, topping the 10,000 mark in tracks utilized, this week.
Launched in late November of 2005, the new online DMA provides a high tech alternative to using cumbersome CDs to audition and export broadcast quality music for TV, film, and multimedia projects.
The site features all the capabilities of Opus 1’s award- winning DMA hard drive, which allows users to search over 40,000 tracks of music. Once a desired track is found a user can export the track in broadcast quality without ever having to touch a CD.
Opus 1 Music Library vice president Mitch Rabin said, “This 10,000 mark is a testament to the ease and quality of Opus 1’s online DMA. We’re extremely pleased with the immediate positive feedback we received for the online DMA and the subsequent numbers have surpassed company expectations. The industry acceptance has been quite satisfying.”
Hollywood TV and film composer and president of Opus 1 Music Library, Alan Ett added, “Opus 1 is pleased with the response to the online DMA which truly makes music use easily accessible for a wider variety of applications than ever before. The original DMA launched us into a new age of music delivery, management, and licensing, solving the problems inherent in library music use. Hitting the 10,000th download mark emphasizes the fact that this new online service takes it to an entirely new level.”
Opus 1 Music Library’s DMA is currently being utilized by Warner Brothers Television, Wal-Mart, NBC and Disney in addition to over 200 companies who have also embraced the new technology.
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