FirstCom Music Prepares for New Website Launch

Mar 18, 2005 8:00 AM, By Mix Editors

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FirstCom Music has launched its all-new, Flash-based Website, www.FirstCom.com. The site is designed for professional producers who want to spend more time producing and less time looking for the right music. "The new FirstCom site makes browsing and searching our vast catalog totally intuitive," says Ken Nelson, VP/executive producer, FirstCom Music. "You have the option of scanning CDs as you would in your own library, or using a powerful new MusiQuick interface and drilling down your search to very specific keywords and descriptions. Best of all, details and downloads are accessible from anywhere on the site."

FirstCom clients can now download AIF, MP3 or .WAV files from anywhere on the site. Other new features include new organization tools, which let you view disc and cover graphics by library; enhanced virtual library allows you to search only the discs you have in your FirstCom library; save and share projects, and the improved MusiQuick (FirstCom's signature search engine) allows for more styles, more moods and more instruments/groups to search by. Of course, there are times when producers might want help from an actual human. FirstCom's professional Music Director is at their service.

The new site will debut in April at NAB 2005. Producers are invited to visit the FirstCom Music Booth #C3024, located in the central hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, for a demonstration of the new site. There will be a site launch celebration in the FirstCom booth from 4pm to 6pm on April 18 and 19, featuring live performances by the Jason Davis trio.

Visit www.firstcom.com for more information.






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