Sells 15 Millionth Sheet Music Download; Registers 20% Sales Growth in 2012

Today, the leading online sheet music retailer, publisher and technology company, announced it sold its 15 millionth sheet music download in mid-January, a cumulative download total since the launch of the site in late 1999. In 2012 alone sold more than 3.3 million downloads.

The company also announced its total sales increased more than 20% in 2012 to over $18 million. Sales of digital downloads, loyalty club memberships and paid mobile apps all contributed to 2012 growth.

"We are pleased with our 2012 performance and look for significant gains to continue in 2013 and beyond," stated Tim Reiland, Musicnotes Chairman and CFO. "Our international growth is particularly strong."

"Customer mobility presents new opportunities for our business," Reiland continued. "The Musicnotes team will continue to add great content and deliver highly anticipated user experience enhancements in 2013 that will excite our loyal customer base, which now exceeds three million."

In 2012 Musicnotes introduced Musicnotes Anywhere, a suite of software and mobile apps that allows customers to access their sheet music from multiple devices including computers, tablets and phones. The introduction was accompanied by's first ever video advertising campaign that was launched this fall. More information on Musicnotes Anywhere is available online at

"Musicians want to be able to take their sheet music anywhere, without resorting to paper music - so we focused our efforts to provide that service with Musicnotes Anywhere," said Bill Aicher, Chief Growth Officer. "In 2013 we are already working on additional improvements to Musicnotes Anywhere, as well as several highly-requested site enhancements that will continue to make an invaluable service to musicians worldwide."

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