mSoft, Library Reps Predict CD-less Society at NABAt this year’s NAB Convention, held April 17 – 22 in Las Vegas, mSoft has invited a dozen top music libraries to convene in one booth for an extensive 4/19/2004 8:00 AM Eastern
At this year’s NAB Convention, held April 17 – 22 in Las Vegas, mSoft has invited a dozen top music libraries to convene in one booth for an extensive demonstration showcasing the future of content delivery, sans CDs.
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 working on mSoft’s MusicCue 3.2 server system. To accommodate the complete catalogs of music from the participating libraries, a 5TB RAID from ADTX has been configured for the show, representing about 6,500 CDs of music and sound effects.
APM will also show its new “MyAPM.com” search software in mSoft’s booth. One RAID storage server from ADTX will power all libraries in the booth as well as the MyAPM software. mSoft’s development partner SoundMiner will feature its latest search and interface software version for ProTools and Avid users. SoundMiner 3.1 offers automated administrative tasking, database serving, traffic management, remote access and a safe encrypted data stream to protect against intrusions for OS X users.
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