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jaegermaster 02-20-2010 3:17 PM

I have been subscribing to Rhapsody for the last year and a half, and I want something new. I like the interface of Rhapsody and the ease of use, but linking my mp3 players is a pain. I constantly have transfer errors and their customer service is some of the worst I have ever encountered. <BR> <BR>Is there another viable option? Rather than "renting" my music as I have been doing with Rhapsody I am fine purchasing. I would like to be able to sample songs from new bands before purchasing. I also have a vast CD collection I would like to have access to as well (mainly to build play lists and store them on my computer). Does anyone have any ideas? <BR> <BR>And please don't suggest i-tunes. I would rather go back to cassette tapes than deal with that.

loveronix 02-20-2010 4:25 PM


wake77 02-20-2010 6:34 PM

Pirate Bay

pwningjr 02-20-2010 7:30 PM

Amazon.com maybe? 128 kb/s mp3 files I believe. You buy 'em, you own 'em.

timmy 02-20-2010 7:34 PM

If I am buying some popular music I go to Amazon.

sidekicknicholas 02-21-2010 8:57 AM

isohunt.com for free stuff <BR> <BR>I really loved Imesh... its a rental type service but then you go do the following: <BR> <BR>Download a program called "TUNE BITE" <BR>Then set it up, you'll put in all the songs you want it to convert (e.i. your whole music library) and it basically plays the song and re-records it (like if you held up a microphone to the radio) but only perfect quality.... so the new version doesn't have the protection on it and is good to go for life/mp3 player/cd/etc <BR> <BR>Its a great way to do it... music people get their money (only costing you like $5 a month) and you get all the music you can handle and aren't stuck to subscription stuff <BR> <BR> <BR> <BR>** and the re-recording process depends on your sound card... my computer will do like 10 songs at once at 2x speed.... I usually just let it go all night and it was fine** <BR> <BR>(Message edited by sidekicknicholas on February 21, 2010)

wakeboardingdad 02-21-2010 9:11 AM

After I got screwed by Yahoo, I now use Itunes. No issues yet. When I want to use a song for a video, or something else, I just run it though my free converter. Of coure, the whole time I was with Yahoo, my oldest son asked why not Itunes.

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