Music in the free world

You can also scour the Web for MP3 files. Start with, a primo music library that offers a huge collection of free music. It's well organised, has a great search engine for digging up tunes, and will e-mail you recommendations based on genre preferences you set. MP3." is the best place to collect free, legal tunes. Most are recorded by starving musicians or new bands trying to make it big. You can also search for specific files rather than browse libraries like Don't bother using a generic Web search engine such as Yahoo or Excite, you'll get useless results. Instead, use a specialised MP3 search tool. Among our favourites are and

A popular MP3-gathering tool is Napster, the infamous music sharing software that turns any computer into an audio file server. Though Napster has a clear policy of supporting the rights of copyright holders, there is no arguing the fact that Napster is used primarily as a piracy tool.

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