Diy Musical Instruments to be re-issued in 2019
The Diy Music Instrument rental company is to re-issue music instruments for sale on the Internet.
Key points:Music instrument rental companies say they are working to keep online music accessibleThe company has made the announcement to help preserve the heritage of the instrument rental industryThe Diy has made its announcement to make sure online music rentals are accessible to the Australian public, but the Australian Music Industry Council (AMIC) is calling for the move to be reversed.
The AMIC said the announcement made by the company, DiyMusic, was “highly significant”.
“The Dix Music Instruments website will remain online and accessible to Australian consumers for the foreseeable future,” the AMIC’s chief executive officer, Robert Dix, said in a statement.
“It is an important step forward in providing the music rental industry with a modern platform for online rentals.”
Music rental companies are currently working to make online music available to Australian users.
The Disy announced it was working with the Australian Recording Industry (ARIA) and Music Australia to make the re-release of its Dix instruments available on the internet, as well as to ensure that Australians can access their music through the new platform.
“The Australian Recording Academy and MusicAustralia are collaborating to reissue the instrument rentals and other music related content on the DixMusic website,” Dix said in the statement.
The company said it would continue to work with ARIA and AMIC to ensure it was accessible to Australians.
“This is important to the Diy and will help us preserve the legacy of the original rental model and to ensure Australians can find their instruments online,” Mr Dix added.
The Australian Music Registry (AMR) is a non-profit organisation that provides information and services to the music industry to help protect the legacy and identity of the music business.AMR chief executive executive Andrew Scott said it was a “big win” for Australian music lovers.
“Music and the art of recording are vital parts of our lives, and it is important that Australian music remains accessible to all,” he said.
“DiyMusic’s announcement is great news for Australian musicians and music lovers and it highlights the importance of ensuring that Australian musicians, including the DIX, can continue to share their work.”