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Which Online Music Store Must I Use?

Which Online Music Store Must I Use?

Just how much music can be obtained online? Virtually all of the providers in the above list have extensive catalogues (generally over two million tracks). To find out if they've the background music you would like, you are able to go the websites and check for music without registering or installing any software. The Napster search facility is fairly limited without installing their software though.

I looked for five at random selected new and old tracks and located them on all the major sites. (These were 'Acceptable within the 80s' by Ghost producer, 'Time after Time' by Avoi Cassidy, 'Song 2' by Blur, 'Diamonds Really are a Girl's Best Friend' by Lana Turner and 'Stan' by Eminem.)
However, you'll most likely encounter the odd track that you simply aren't able to find for download anywhere - the apparent example being anything through the Beatles (their back catalogue isn't presently (May 2007) on download).

There are several smaller sized download websites that focus on more specialized tastes, which regularly offer free downloads.

Just how much do downloads cost? One-off course downloads cost around 79-99p. All of the tracks in the above list cost 79p all providers using the following exceptions:

All Oxfam tracks cost 99p, with 10p in each and every pound likely to charitable organization. The Calvin Harris track cost 89p with Virgin and HMV.

The price of installing an entire album is fairly variable, typically being 7-8 pounds for any current top 40 album.

What file formats do stores use? Most download sites (including Napster, Virgin, HMV and OD2) provide downloads in WMA format. These may be performed of all computers with lots of media players, most generally Home windows Media Player. The main limitation to WMA files is they aren't suitable for iPods.

iTunes provides downloads in AAC format. Since they're encrypted with Apple's Airplay technology, they're only playable on iPods and a few new Motorola phones. However, you are able to play iTunes music on any computer, provided you've iTunes software or QuickTime installed.
How's the background music protected? Most downloaded music is presently paid by DRM (Digital Legal rights Management).

This limits you skill having a track after you have downloaded it. Generally you will see limits on the amount of occasions you are able to burn a track to CD or transfer to some portable player.

DRM protection is questionable and it has been criticized by many people prominent organizations and people. Therefore there's a present trend from the utilization of DRM. A website known as eMusic provides MP3 files without any DRM limitations, and it has become very popular despite its selective selection of music. The majority of its contracts are with independent labels, because the major music business are unwilling to release their music without DRM.