April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p20
The article presents news updates in sound technology and engineering. Sony Corp. of America's (SCA) "new connect" online music service offers consumers a means to purchase music online and download to a wide variety of Sony portable devices. SCA has established a new subsidiary, Sony Connect Inc., to develop and manage its music service; it will be based in Santa Monica, California. The new Connect service will come to market in phases. After a series of test trials for a limited number of users, it will officially launch in the spring of 2004.


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