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One of the most exciting and innovative ways to get music these days is not in the mall and not at a huge mega electronic store its not even by a mail order CD club it sits right on a desk and can allow you access to almost any kind of music available right in our home Technology is changing the way we listen to music now downloading music from NAPSTER on the Internet is as easy if not a lot easier than going to the store and buying the CD MP3 is a community of near CD quality digital recording of a musical piece that is compressed so it can be distributed through the Internet It seems the high prices new technology and a big one is availability are causing most music lovers to turn to the Internet to listen to their music Its convenient to search a database for a song youve been wanting to hear by your favorite artist download it and copy it on to a CD More and more people are doing this because with the help of search engines its possible to find any song imaginable and download it for free What most people dont realize is that the reproduction of a musical work distribution of copies of a musical piece and the public performance of the work without the copyright owners consent are all violations of copyright laws Catching people who violate copyright laws is very hard to find out just who is a fault Is it the web site promoting pirated music or is it the user who downloads it Do to digital audio compression technologies and using special software that is readily available and free on the internet one can download a MPEG 1 layer 3 or MP3 for short play the music on there computer and with readwrite CDs even make a CD of there own That would mean people can from their
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