What is the best way to download music?

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  1. wesley_w

    wesley_w Well-Known Member

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    I wanted to try to download a few songs for my MP3 player for running since I'm sick of listening to the same stuff all the time. The first couple of sites I found, it almost seems that you are downloading from someone else's computer which seems kind of odd to me. So I thought I would ask here what is the best way that's legal! Plus, most of the stuff I would want would probably be 50's to 70's if that makes any difference.
     
  2. Cyclone_Power

    Cyclone_Power Member

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    Probably the iTunes music store is your best option if you've got the iTunes software. If not, it doesn't take long to download and is easy to set up.
     
  3. 83Clone

    83Clone Well-Known Member

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    Definately Itunes-but I would also shop Amazon.com for used CD's, you can pick them up for a song (pardon the pun) and then you just upload them into your Itunes library.
     
  4. benjay

    benjay Well-Known Member

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    I bought a Sandisk Sansa and subscribe to Rhapsody. It's $15/month, but you get to use any song in their library on the mp3 player. (like 3 million songs)
     
  5. benjay

    benjay Well-Known Member

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    Isn't iTunes like $1 per song? That's not a good deal by my math. :)
     
  6. AirWalke

    AirWalke Well-Known Member

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    It's a dollar per song if you buy singles, but a lot of albums on the iTunes music store go for $9.99, and newer, popular releases are usually $11-12.
     

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