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Nokia Music Boot Camp – Bangalore

September 27, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Nokia recently launched the Nokia Music Store, where you can play and organize the music you love, discover and download new music, rip and burn CDs, all seamlessly integrated with your PC and compatible mobile device.

I was invited at Nokia Music Boot Camp(held on 23rd September at the Taj Residency) in Bangalore along with other prominent bloggers from bangalore . The event kicked off with a formal introduction to Nokia Music Store by Vineet Taneja(Head-Marketing, Nokia). Here’s the excerpts from what he said at the event.

  • Currently you can only download music using vouchers, but soon you’ll be able to buy retail vouchers and credit cards.
  • Nokia will provide platforms to independent and upcoming labels through the Nokia Music Store.
  • Pricing per song still being negotiated – no indicative prices yet. He promised it’ll be cheap.
  • Sona Mohapatra’s launched her album “DilJale” exclusively on Nokia Music Store.
  • Sona performing at Nokia Music Boot Camp-Bangalore

    Sona performing at Nokia Music Boot Camp-Bangalore

Nokia Music Store introduction was followed by Sona Mohapatra’s brilliant performance. The audience was spellbound by her performance. She started with her new album diljale followed by  her famous track “Bolo Na” and ended with Nusrat Fateh Ali khan’s “piya re piya re” who according to Sona is her inspiration. There was a small quiz about the newly launched Music Store too.  Check out the Pic’s from the event here.

You can download Nokia Music Store here. Currently it supports Windows vista/xp. Here are some tutorial videos that you may find useful.

Nokia Music Store overview : http://nmsbootcamp.cellq.co.in/?p=82

NMS as a standalone music player : http://nmsbootcamp.cellq.co.in/?p=84

Transferring music : http://nmsbootcamp.cellq.co.in/?p=108

Burning a CD : http://nmsbootcamp.cellq.co.in/?p=86

Create your wishlist : http://nmsbootcamp.cellq.co.in/?p=105

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  1. September 27, 2009 at 10:48 pm

    It was a nice event. Sona Mohapatra’s voice was definitely mesmerizing.

    And her Dil Jale song still rings in my head! 🙂

    Chao…
    Cruisemaniac

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