Default MOH files

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Hello, I am working an older Call Manager System 4.0 and found that when it was installed it was installed with only one "The Boys from Liverpool" MOH file. Which now one here likes and of course I open my mouth and tell them there should be other choices. NOT!

Does anyone know the link to download the basic comes with the systems MOH files?

Thanks for the help.

Jon

Correct Answer by James Hawkins about 8 years 1 month ago

Jon,


Older versions of CCM shipped with an MoH Selections CD which contained a range of tracks including Boys from Liverpool.


From memory Cisco announced that they would no longer be shipping this CD with new versions of CCM as they were constantly being pursued by the Performing Rights Society for royalties despite the fact that Cisco had actually commissioned and paid for the tracks.


If you cannot find the CD you can download royalty free tracks from sites such as:


http://www.royaltyfreeclassicalmusic.co.uk/


You may need to convert the file format for use by CCM. I use Switch Sound File Converter from NCH Software for this purpose.


http://www.nch.com.au/switch/index.html


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Rob Huffman Fri, 06/05/2009 - 12:18
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Hi Jon,


Try the last one on this page (these are the only ones available still for download) :)


http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/swsrch/SWSearch_results.cgi/SWSearch_results.cgi/SWSearch.txt?isChild=false&file_delimiter=contains&searchPhrase=music



Hope this helps!

Rob

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James Hawkins Mon, 06/08/2009 - 00:13
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Jon,


Older versions of CCM shipped with an MoH Selections CD which contained a range of tracks including Boys from Liverpool.


From memory Cisco announced that they would no longer be shipping this CD with new versions of CCM as they were constantly being pursued by the Performing Rights Society for royalties despite the fact that Cisco had actually commissioned and paid for the tracks.


If you cannot find the CD you can download royalty free tracks from sites such as:


http://www.royaltyfreeclassicalmusic.co.uk/


You may need to convert the file format for use by CCM. I use Switch Sound File Converter from NCH Software for this purpose.


http://www.nch.com.au/switch/index.html


Please rate if helpful.

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