Legal Music Downloading Services
Within the past year, leagal downloading services have been recieving increased businesses due to prices and downloading rules that please downloaders, music labels, and artists. It doesn't hurt that the RIAA has been threatening illegal downloaders with lawsuits, either. Now, there's at least 10 services out there to provide legal music. But, what do you use? What are your opinions about the services without breaking Toonzone's rules about illegal downloading? Discuss.
First, here are the services:
-Real Music Service
-Wal-Mart (beta version)
-Real's Rhapsody service
-MusicNow from Best Buy
-UPCOMING SERVICES: MSN
Last edited by Vyse; 03-29-2004 at 11:33 AM.
Also, MP3.com is apparently going to become a paid-service like the others now that CNet bought it. Regardless, I use iTunes because I have an iPod and it just works best that way. My only complaint with iTunes though is that the files aren't actually mp3's, and they don't play well with Winamp. Of course, that was before I got the right plugin so all is well now.
Since I'm an absolute cheapskate. I wanna find an MP3 site that donwloads for free, but I know that can never be.