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Violin Listed as Great Machine In June Robb Report
5/25/2004

NAPLES, FLORIDA - - May 25, 2004 - - QRS Music Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: QRSM) announced today that June edition of the The Robb Report Collection features the Company’s automatic Virtuoso Violin. The Robb Report features articles for wealthy readers.

View The Robb Report cover and the full page article on the Virtuoso Violin at: http://www.playerviolin.com/images/collection/robb_collection.htm

The Virtuoso Violin can perform duets with any computer-controlled (MIDI) piano. The violin retails for $12,500. The violin was also featured in the December “Ultimate Gift Guide” issue of The Robb Report. The June issue is as described as the “Great Machines” issue.



The QRS Pianomation® system can turn any piano into a reproducing player piano.

A hardware and software process can store and transport Musical Instrument

Digital Interface (“MIDI”) information as an analog signal. This process gives QRS the ability to store, and wirelessly transmit, MIDI performance data in an analog format from

a controller (CD, video, cassette, DVD, DAT or Minidisc) to the receiver on the piano. This creates numerous possibilities. For example, most off-the-shelf audio equipment has a left and right channel available for use. State-of-the-art technology permits QRS to store the digital signal in an analog format on the left channel of the software which

operates those players. This leaves the right channel available for live prerecorded audio

music, even vocal recordings. Pianomation® blends them together in perfect harmony and perfect synchronization. The Pianomation® MIDI System is the first product of its kind to “marry” analog and digital technology.


QRS Music Technologies, Inc.’s stock is traded Over-The-Counter on the OTCBB: QRSM.

Forward Looking Statements. Statements made in this news release that relate to future plans, events or performances are forward-looking statements. Any statements containing words, such as, “believes,” “should,” “anticipates,” “plans,” or “expects” as well as other statements are forward-looking, and those statements involve risks and uncertainties outside of the control of QRS and are based on current expectations. Consequently, actual results could differ materially from the expectations expressed in these forward-looking statements. Attention is directed to cautionary statements in our filings on Form 10-KSB for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2003 and our other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. All those filings are available on the Web site of the Securities and Exchange Commission at www.sec.gov.