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OBEDIA, a leading provider of technology training and support, is celebrating the launch of their new web community by providing 15 minutes of free training or support on May 31, 2008. On this day, new customers can call toll-free 866-847-4586 and speak to an OBEDIA consultant free of charge for the first 15 minutes.

"OBEDIA was born out of the need for a more effective way to service complex technology and has evolved into an educational and training resource for those making and producing music with computer hardware and software," said co-founder Jayce Murphy. "On May 31, we would like to introduce our customers to our new web community, flexible point bundles, online service, and training tools designed to help them get the most from their systems."

OBEDIA provides 24/7 training, technical support, and consultancy services to anyone using computers to record music and audio. Covering everything from installation of software and hardware, system optimization and customization, to in-depth "how-to" training, OBEDIA is a one-stop solution for any computer recording system, regardless of the size, equipment, or brands involved.

The launch of OBEDIA's new web community will not only offer resources such as industry news, tips & tracks and blogs, in addition to invaluable technical support services, but exclusive online training focused resources to help customers get the most out of their technology.

On May 31, 2008, customers can get to know OBEDIA free of charge. Between 10am and 10pm (PST) a customer can qualify for a free 15 minute session with an OBEDIA tech for training, technical support, or help with any number of topics from choosing new system components to optimizing a computer for the best performance. Pre-registration starts today at http://www.obedia.com/freetrial/

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