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MP3s Friend or Foe MP3s a breakthrough in technology or are they just another bomb waiting to explode on us Some say they are good while others argue that they are not just bad but horrific to musicians that want to make it to the top MP3s are used widely by teenagers on their home computer usually illegally and are constantly being threatened by the producer of the music Billions of dollars are being lost due to the Internet craze of the MP3 technology mainly because no one is buying the legal music from record stores anymore its like a style gone dead Now that the problem is out Internet police are on the loose to find these illegal distributors of music and put them to a stop When all the smoke is cleared it is apparent that the producer of music will have eventual victory over the users in the MP3 battle MPEG Audio Layer 3 which is what this anarchic instigator of war file format is known as but to us it is a MP3 which is a part of the MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 specifications which could be used for movies MP3s compresses CD-quality sound by a factor of 12 or more while still providing a great high quality sound to it A MP3 is now becoming mainstream format for music like records tapes and CDs which are currently being used but to play MP3s a program is needed like Winamp or Microsofts Windows Media Player The MP3 has become the most commonly used but unofficial file format to encode digital music for downloading off the Internet The Internet is the heart of the MP3 without it this new format would never survive because the Net allows surfers to download songs in a matter of minutes without cost or legal implications This compressed MP3 technology is popping up everywhere on the Internet There is no music site that you can go to
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