Opus 1 Music Library has launched a new online version of their revolutionary DMA (Digital Music Assistant) music search and delivery system. The new online DMA provides an alternative to using CDs to audition and export broadcast-quality music for TV, film and multimedia projects.
The site (www.opus1musiclibrary.com) offers the capabilities of Opus 1's 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 without having to touch a CD.
Anyone with Internet access can preview 30-second sound clips using the DMA’s O1 engine. When a needed selection is located for a production, directions on how to register to the site are provided (see attached photo).
The DMA aims to save music supervisors, editors and engineers time by organizing projects, keeping track of music used, creating spotting and editing notes, and cue sheets with print capability. It is compatible with standard editing/computer systems and allows 24-hour access to the library.
Visit www.opus1musiclibrary.com for more information.