Whats a website where i can get free music in high quality?
Also, does rhapsody give good high quality music for less or how does it work?
This website will give you any free music you want, and you don’t have to become a member or anything. Just go to youtube, type in any song or artist that you want into the search bar, wait for the song to start playing, highlight the URL at the top of the page,copy it, go to this website http://www.youtube-mp3.org/, paste the URL into the box at the top of the page, and then click convert . It will do it in a blink of an eye, then after it says it was successfully done, click download which is in tiny blue lettering next to the picture of the video, let it download, plug in you’re ipod into the computer or whatever you have, go to recently added on the left side towards the bottom in itunes(don’t have to have an account to do all this by the way), then the folder music file will appear on your desktop, double click on it, and the song should instantly appear in recently added, then click and drag the song to where the picture of your ipod is, it will sync it to you’re ipod, eject your ipod and you have a new song on your ipod for free. You can do this with any song you like on youtube and you never have to pay even a cent. Then just keep adding more songs as you wish. Hope it works well for you, it does for me, cause I do it all the time:) I don’t really use rhapsody, but I think it would have just as good quality music as other websites. It looks like for rhapsody you only have to pay like $5 a month and get unlimited songs kind of things. But you may want to try my easy and inexpensive way to save you a lot of money over the course of a few years. Enjoy you’re music either way:)
What music services have a monthly fee instead of a per-song charge?
I want to be able to download songs and save them to my computer so I can dowload them to my creative zen player or burn cds. I tried Yahoo’s music service but it only let you stream music for a monthly free, you couldn’t dowload it to your mp3 player or burn cds without buying the songs for a per-song charge.
i have limewire but it gives my computer viruses
Napster and Rhapsody have monthly subscription plans, you can play the songs on your computer and an mp3 player that supports DRM encoded WMA files. You don’t get to burn the songs to CD’s however.
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