New Opportunities in USB Music Duplication

Port St. Lucie, FL, July 01, 2011 --( Avant-garde Rock & Roll band, The Flaming Lips, recently released a series of new songs in an innovatively creative method. They created a life-size replica of a human skull made out of an edible gummy candy. Inside this gummy skull is a gummy brain, and inside that a USB pen drive with 4 new songs stored on it.

Of course, all this seems out of the ordinary but the fact that The Flaming Lips are providing new musical content on a flash drive is actually becoming mainstream. Practically all new TV’s, cars, iPhones, Androids, Tablets, and of course computers have a jack to plug in a USB device, allowing its contents to be viewed or played directly. With the capability of making unique customized/personalized USB drives and the easy method of mass duplication through standalone duplication equipment, like Solstice Duplicator’s 1 to 63 tower, flash is continuing to have a much greater influence in the world of digital content broadcast. Ian Robertson CEO of Solstice states: “We reported on this trend some time age when The Bare Naked Ladies launched an album on a USB drive. Now with the lower price of USB’s we will start to see more and more songs and complete albums on USB.”

Not only will the Solstice line of USB duplicators allow users to make quick reliable copies of their digital content stored on a USB connected device, but also it can protect sensitive material from leaking out from reused pen drives through its secure erase feature. The secure erase feature will clear all previous content from a pen drive, thereby making it impossible to recover. This pen drive can be used to store new content again and again, as often as needed, without concern of unwanted or confidential information remaining.

Now available from Solstice technologies are 6 additional sizes (1 to 23, 1 to 31, 1 to 39, 1 to 47, 1 to 55, and the impressive 1 to 63). Asynchronous Duplication means being able to copy any size master data onto multiple sources asynchronously (independently) without sacrificing duplication speed and no interruption as each channel can independently load, unload, and copy. The new Solstice USB Duplicators also features user friendly 4-key control with LCD, high speed duplication and bit-by-bit Compare function to confirm successful copies.

Solstice has offices in Florida USA and Ontario Canada, and London UK distribution from New York, Minnesota, California and Ontario, Canada. The company's aggressive plan for growth involves continuing to identify new technologies, including optical and flash media drive duplication and printing systems that fill important customer needs across a spectrum of markets and have a synergy with its existing products. For more information about USB duplicators or any other products, visit

Solstice Inc.
Ian Robertson
1 (240) 235-0602