PORTLAND, Oregon, June 27 /Christian Newswire/ — Customers looking to purchase their favorite songs from OCP artists now have a new option. OCP’s recently redesigned Web site, OCP.org, now offers full-length, high-quality (256 kbps), DRM-free MP3s for download. Downloads of this quality (DRM-free) were previously available only through major digital music services like iTunes. DRM-Free means that access restrictions have been lifted, allowing OCP (and others) to provide them directly to customers. (DRM stands for Digital Rights Management.)
“At OCP, we are first and foremost music publishers,” says Erin Nieves, Director of Customer Services for OCP. “Now, we are able to deliver our extensive collection of worship music one song at a time. This is a time of unprecedented convenience when it comes to acquiring and enjoying music. We’ve taken the necessary steps to ensure that customers can get their favorite OCP songs instantly and easily on their computers.”
Customers can choose from hundreds of today’s most popular worship music, including titles like “Here I Am, Lord,” “On Eagles Wings” and “Be Not Afraid.” All tracks are available for download for only 99¢ per song. New music is being added regularly, expanding the already substantial selection. Downloads will work with any media player.
The step-by-step instructions are designed to make it easy for customers to start adding to their music collections. Users can also browse the MP3 options by song or album title.
— For more information, visit OCP.org/MP3 or call 1-800-548-8749.
— Contact: Ben Peterson, PR Specialist, OCP, 503-460-5363
About OCP: OCP, a not-for-profit publisher of liturgical music and worship resources based in Portland, Oregon, has been in operation for more than 80 years. Worship programs produced by OCP are used in thousands of churches in the United States and are distributed worldwide.
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