Listen While You Wait For CDs
Using MY.MP3.com

By Russell Kibbee [01-21-2001]

The latest option being given to you courtesy of the digital revolution is the ability to listen to your music before you actually receive it. MP3.com launched this service a few months back, and promptly sparked a lawsuit from the RIAA that is still being fought in court. You can benefit while the organizations work out the legal issues.

Step 1: What is MYMP3.com?
MY.MP3.com is a program at www.mp3.com where you can store and listen to music, buy CDs and get customized music based on your preferences.

Step 2: Exploring choices
You can play the MP3 files that are located here by clicking the button. This will launch your player and give you the ability to listen to the song whenever you want.

Step 3: Get the free music
If you select "get free music" from the top of the page, you will be taken to a site where various genres are located. Every song will include a choice to download the free song to your personal storage area.

Step 4: Get band information
If you have some music in your in-box and you donít know anything about it, you can double click on the song title to be taken to the bandís MP3.com web page. Here you get additional details such as bios, albums for sale, and the bad news on when your music file expires.

Source: http://www.musicdish.com/mag/?id=2804


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