Sony Style at Metreon, Sony’s entertainment center in San Francisco, CA, will host a “Free the Music” demonstration that will run in conjunction with next week’s Macworld San Francisco.
The demo is designed to showcase TitleTrack Jukebox, a music management program for the Mac from
RiverSong InterActive. Performances are scheduled each day between noon and 2 pm, and again between 5-7 pm. The event is open to the public. It’s “first come, first served” so space may be limited.
TitleTrack Jukebox lets a Mac control the Sony line of 5 to 400 disc capacity music CD changers, according to Dick Dinkelspiel, president of RiverSong InterActive. The automatic inventory of CDs through the largest online music database available eliminates the need for tedious data entry, as TitleTrack Jukebox lets users access any song in their collection, including MP3s, at any time, he added.
TitleTrack Jukebox costs US$25. It requires Mac OS 7.1 or later (but isn’t compatible with Mac OS X), 3.7MB of RAM, Open Transport, a CD-ROM drive and Apple CD-ROM & “Foreign File Access” extensions.