[NAMM] Sibelius and the Cloud for retailers
Avid will offer online music selling platforms the integration of the new Sibelius Cloud Publishing service to their websites.
The new Sibelius Cloud Publishing is based on the Avid Everywhere technology and the Avid MediaCentral online platform. Thanks to this integration service, online music and score retailers will have the opportunity to offer their customers a tool for visualizing, playing, transposing, printing and purchasing scores from a simple internet browser or Android, iOS or Linux mobile device.
Implementing Sibelius Cloud Publishing is as easy as adding code to the webpages to display and sell score, no additional module is required on the client’s side. The system can manage digital copyrights and the scores stored on the Cloud are completely secured so the customers won’t be able to download or print the entire document before purchase. The retailer can choose the number of pages for review.
Once confirmed the order on the website, the Cloud Publishing server sends a high quality printable version to the online store so that the customer can download/print them.
The service also offers playing, transpose and instrument change directly from the web browser. Updates for the Cloud Publishing server and new samples will instantly be available for the retailers and customers.
Evidently, the customers benefit from the full integration with Sibelius, PDF documents are also compatible.
Visit www.avid.com for further details about this new Sibelius Cloud Publishing service.
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