By Radim McCue Published February 4, 2010
Expanding on its commitment to the advancement of music education and the increase of access to educational content, Hudson Music has announced the introduction of a new digital download system designed to deliver its catalog of instructional music videos quickly, easily and securely direct to customers' computers.
The system, called Hudson Digital On Demand, features a free desktop media player download which includes a browsable catalog of all available videos, free previews and even several free downloads so users can "try before they buy". With a catalog of nearly 50 titles and growing, customers can now access and experience Hudson Music's award-winning instructional content instantly, while still getting the same great video quality they have come to expect. Customers can find digital versions of popular titles from Hudson's back catalog, as well as new releases and even a selection of titles that are available exclusively through digital download.
"Since the advent of instructional music videos in the 1980s we've witnessed an incredible rise in the musicianship of drummers at all levels," say Wallis and Siegel who pioneered the first drum videos through DCI Music Video nearly three decades ago and went on to form Hudson Music in 1998. "Hudson Digital is committed to giving musicians around the world even easier access to education and information as well as expanding our range of content".
This new system also enables and empowers music retailers to easily offer their own digital download system from their own existing eCommerce websites, giving their customers more options when purchasing Hudson Music's instructional videos. Retailers can now offer the same great digital download system with the same selection of media, branded with their own store's logo, without the time and expense of building and launching their own digital distribution system. Interested retailers should contact Hudson Music to learn how to take advantage of this opportunity.
For complete information on Hudson Digital and the Hudson Music Media Player, including download instructions and free sample downloads. Visit digital.hudsonmusic.com today!
Contact: Robert Wallis