|Most of us used to purchase tracks in record shops. But now it happens seldom. Presently it is typical for music lovers to download new songs from the Web to their MP3 players. However, before you were certain that CDs with tracks you had bought from a record store were legal and you were not infringing any copyright rules and regulations.
Nowadays it is important to have some info about music copyright rules and regulations in order not to be sued by a recording studio for breach of copyright. Well, how to find the best tracks at a quite reasonable price and not to be taken to court? First, stop using any site that promises you lots of music absolutely free of charge. It goes without saying, very often young gifted but not yet well-known singers or bands offer their tracks free at their websites. But if you have been offered free access to songs of music celebrities, flee from there as quickly as possible! Does this mean that you have to download expensive tracks from now on & save on other things that you have been enjoying to the full before? No way!
The industry of on-line legal music download on-line music download wedsites offers you a wide variety of membership and purchasing options. Here's some introduction into pricing that can be of interest to you. Firstly, some online music dowmload websites have traditional charges for downloads. No membership fee is needed, and you are allowed to view short clips of songs before purchasing the one you really love. The fees generally vary from $0.99 to $1.29 per tune.
If this way of purchasing music on-line does not appeal to you, there are online music dowmload websites that offer you a paid membership and reduced rates (typically about $0.67) for downloading songs.
Then there is also a monthly subscription alternative, where you can download a certain number of songs per month. They also offer a client a free trial period to get acquainted with the music they sell. Moreover, they will let you download some tracks (APPROXIMATELY 10 - 25 tunes) free during this period. If you do not take the membership offered after the so-called trial period, all the tracks you have downloaded from a site will be for ever yours.