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PianoDisc releases Opus7 upgrade.

PianoDisc, 4111 N. Freeway Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95834; (800) 566-3472, fax: (916) 567-1941; generalinfo@pianodisc.com; www.pianodisc.com. Visit local dealer for price.

A downloadable software upgrade is now available for PianoDisc's Opus7 player system that allows the use of an alternate control device, in addition to the system's dedicated controller/conductor tablet, or a personal computer. With Opus7's addition of an HTML interface, users can control all functions of their systems, from playing the piano to organizing songs stored in Opus7's built-in music storage system. Opus7 can play music from www.pianodisc.com and, when it's not controlling the piano, Opus7's conductor tablet allows its owners to browse the Web or check Web-based e-mail.

For more information contact PianoDisc.
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Title Annotation:Music Merchandise
Publication:American Music Teacher
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 1, 2005
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