Sunday, January 8, 2012

Download Music Online - Getting the Best Deal, Legally

The days of getting in your car and driving to the nearest represent store for your tunes are a thing of the past. Filling your MP3 player with music by downloading it off the Internet is not the wave of the future... it's here legal now! However, support when you were buying CDs, at least you knew your music was apt and you weren't violating any laws.

Nowadays, you need to be careful and well-informed about music copyright regulations. Otherwise, you could very well be the next target of a very expensive recording industry lawsuit. So, how do you know that you are not only downloading your music legally, but you are also getting the best value for your money?   A trustworthy location to begin is to completely eliminate any status that offers you unlimited music at no charge. Yes, every now and then an up-and-coming artist will offer his maintain music free on his website. However, if you're using a website or download network that allows you completely free access to tracks by distinguished bands, you should accelerate the other contrivance... snappy!   So, does that mean you're stuck with sites that charge expensive download fees for each song you decide? Absolutely not!

The plans offered by accurate music download sites offer a variety of membership and take options, and you are obvious to regain one that will work for you. I'll outline a few of the pricing plans here, and with a bit of research you will be able to easily relate others.   First, there are the music sites that have a standard per-download charge. These do not require any type of membership fee, and you usually can only preview short clips of songs before you prefer them. The effect per track at these sites usually starts around $0.99, and I've seen it go as high as $1.29.   Another common design to sell music online is to offer a paid membership, with per-track download charges.

These web sites often allow their members to stream unlimited music, and charge a reduced per-track fee (generally about $0.67) if the member would like to download a song to burn to a CD or load on their MP3 player. Finally, one of my current pricing models is a monthly subscription that will allow a pre-determined number of downloads each month. These sites usually offer a free trial period so that you can become familiar with the types of music they have available, and will even allow you to download a petite number of songs free during this time. (I've seen this deal offered for anywhere from 10 to 25 free tracks.) If you then determine not to continue your membership past the trial period, the songs you've already downloaded are legally yours to maintain.

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