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MP3's: Music At Your Fingertips



Have you noticed that finding a decent cassette tape at
almost any store is practically impossible? For sure, the
days of tape players are totally gone and CD~s may be
heading there too. So, what is the invention that will
replace CD~s? The answer is simple: the MP3.

An MP3 is a compressed music file that allows you to save
it onto your computer or a number of portable devices
called MP3 players. MP3~s have been around for quite a few
years now and players have become almost less expensive
than CD players. MP3 players can be taken with you while
jogging and working out; they can also be used in
conjunction with a tape player and play through your car~s
stereo and speakers.

Getting MP3~s is pretty simple. You can buy a CD and save
it onto your computer as an MP3 file. Then, you just
download it onto a portable MP3 player and take it with
you wherever you go. Also, you can use internet to buy
MP3~s. There are a ton of sites where one song costs less
than a dollar. You can even find sites where you can join
a group to share music for free. However, you must beware
because these sites are illegal. Companies like Napster
have been sued because these online sites are illegal due
to copyright laws.

With the low cost of MP3~s, they may eventually run the CD
out of business. In addition to being inexpensive, MP3~s
also allow you to pick just the songs you want. We~ve all
bought CD~s that had one song we really loved and a lot of
trash on them. With MP3~s, you can pick and choose the
songs you really want rather than buying a bunch of songs
that you don~t like anyway.

Day after day MP3~s are becoming more popular, although
they have not overcome the whole population. Money, time
and a lot of joy are some of de benefits of MP3~s. Come
and join us. Be part of this amazing and limitless world
of music.


Ross Compri is the owner and operator of MP3C which is a premier resource for mp3 information. For more information go to http://www.mp3c.com

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