Author Topic: Best Music Download Website?  (Read 6298 times)

jackuars

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I'd like to know where do you guys download your songs from. Preferably, I'd like sites that offers MP3's in 256kbps or higher formats.
Last Edit: July 23, 2016, 07:25:20 PM by jackuars

theta_wave

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Bandcamp has many artists who release their work as "name your price" offering it in any number of lossy and lossless formats DRM-free.
Last Edit: July 24, 2016, 04:32:44 AM by ssri

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Ditto bandcamp!
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Qobuz, Junodownload, Beatport, Bleep, Boomkat, Traxsource, Bandcamp, Tidal, HDtracks, Ototoy.

I always look firstly at Qobuz - usually they have a better prices.

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In addition to several mentioned above:

https://loudr.fm/

https://www.onkyomusic.com/
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Check out Jamendo Music:

https://www.jamendo.com/start

Creating an account only involves picking a user and pw, doesn't ask for anything else.  Free fully tagged MP3 (usually V2/3) downloads for personal use of varying bitrates from a huge variety of independent/experimental artists in many genres.  Creative Commons licensing, i.e. legal.

For FLAC it's Bandcamp all the way, although most are pay-per (they take PayPal however).  Once you've bought a song/album you can download it again at anytime in a large variety of formats for free forever (well, as long as Bandcamp is still around).