Saturday, August 25, 2007

Rhapsody DRM Free

In loading up my digital music devices for my trip, I noticed that Rhapsody now has DRM-free MP3s available for purchase instead of DRM laden Real/ WMA format tracks. Costs are .89 cents per track and $8.99 per album, generally. And not everything is available as MP3s.

I mostly use Rhapsody for the subscription streaming/ download service which is, of course, going to use DRM as it is essentially a music rental service. But adding open MP3 downloads, makes the service much more appealing. There are tracks that I would sometimes be willing to purchase, and now I most likely will.

And now back syncing Common and My Bloody Valentine.



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