Saturday, 29 January 2011
Free of DRM
Have you tried buying mp3s from Amazon?
Amazon MP3 offers millions of songs and albums from your various artists in most genres. The downloads are all in MP3 format, which means they can play on any digital media player. Songs from Amazon MP3 can be played on any MP3-capable device, including iPods™, Zunes™, Zens™, iPhones™, RAZRs™, BlackBerrys™, and most media-enabled mobile phones.
The downloaded tracks are free of DRM (digital rights management) software, which means you can, play them on all your computers, transfer them to all your mp3 compatable devices, and burn your songs to CDs. Songs are encoded at high quality 256 kbps - sounds like a good deal to me.
The music industry has been destroyed by this something for nothing culture, with albums being given away for free. Read more...
We are in the process of helping to re-design http://www.m4tr.co.uk. There are plans to incorporate a section dedicated to independent artist who have released their music on iTunes, Amazon etc. We have become increasingly aware of the bias 'mainstream acts have on all commercial download sites. If you send m4tr your Amazon and iTunes links to your release(s) they will incorporate into a dedicated section on their site.
Contact them via M4tr.co.uk or below.