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itunes it is about 99 cents/99 pence to get one kinda expensive but itunes is really good quality even better than CD quality that's how good itunes is so its worth ur money
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It depends on the songs, the sources, and what agreements the sites have made with the songwriters and performers regarding the free distribution of their works. In some cases… performers will allow and even encourage fans to freely download material however, but unless this is made quite clear in writing, it is unlikely to find a free, legal download source. There are quite a few clients out there that allow you to buy music. They usually entail a paid subscription in addition to the cost of the songs you download. Some sites allow you to stream music for free, but not download. You might also consider discovering some music from independent artists who allow free downloads as part of the Creative Commons license. Basically, when you get music that you don't pay for, it's stealing. Whether or not you think artists get paid too much, agree with the concept of paying for art and music, etc., the deal is to trade one thing for another (in this case, money for music). If musicians can't get paid for their work, then the incentive to make music goes away. With radio, advertisers pay for the cost of the music that plays so you don't have to. In exchange, they get air time for their advertisements so that the arrangement is mutually beneficial.
There are online website available for downloading music but all not legal. But here I am going to suggest you a site from you can download legal songs. Website -djp…unjab.com
no it says on there it is free but idk if it is legal i would look around! it is legal and the first 25 songs are free, just to listen though. you have to purchase the mp3s to… download them to your computer. It is legal, you must pay $10 per month to download songs- so it's technically not free, but cheaper than itunes.
There are currently no ways to download any copyrighted music for free legally. Even sites claiming to be legal are not if they are allowing the download of copyrighted conten…t without the expressed permission of the party in question.
Legally?? You can at least try in some fan-based sites and forums, 100% free And oh, there are some blogs dedicated in jrock music updates and downloads too.
Noisetrade is a site that allows people to legally download free music. They do have a option where someone can donate money and most of these are indie bands.
When it comes to downloading songs, words "legally" and "free" don't go together. Either pay for it or download it illegally. Or don't download it at all.
yes. iTunes Free Single of the Week
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You can download songs by going to the iTunes Store.
There are many different websites that offer free legal song downloads. The most popular websites for legal downloads are Free Music Archive, NoiseTrade and Last.fm.
There are many websites that offer free downloads of popular artist Fergie's music. However, further reading of these sites' policies will often show that the download is, in …fact, not legal. Therefore, care should be taken before attempting to download free music.