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anyone can tell me how to get music for free?


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Hi guys!

I'm new to the forum, so hopefully someone can help me!
I like to listen to new music, but in the radio, there's often just crap. Now I don't have much money to spend to buy new CDs, so how can I get new music or mp3s? Please, don't tell me about illegal filesharing tools, that's not my aim.
But there has to be another way, I hope!

Could you please help me?
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Yes, there's another legal way!

Ever heard of internet radio stations? There's hundreds of them. You only need an application that saves the streams.
I'm happy with AudioJack 2. It saves the mp3s or ogg files with the correct file information on your harddisc. Then you can burn them on CD so you can listen to them everywhere.
Maybe you should take a look to see the other features as well:
www.audiojack.org

There's other tools like StreamRipper, but they don't have all the features, f.e. they cannot burn CDs, so in my opinion AudioJack 2 is the best choice!

I hope I could help you! :tazz:

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Well i f u want to do is LEGAL way, U could join Apple's iTunes Service
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Well i f u want to do is LEGAL way, U could join Apple's iTunes Service

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I thought about it, but that's not free, right? It is a good price for the titles, indeed. But as I already said I don't have much money to spend...

@Lauren:
And that is really legal? If it is, that'll be a great idea!
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Yes, that is legal! You can take a look here:
http://caselaw.lp.fi...l=464&invol=417

As long as you don't share it with others, it's "fair use". ;)

For me, it's the legal alternative to filesharing, and you also don't have to wait in a queue to get the files! :tazz:

Try it!

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