Wait â€“ isnâ€™t that all wrong? Isnâ€™t downloading the greener option? After all, when we download music, we cut back on CDs and other material things that put a strain on the environment, right? As a matter of fact, this is what Jonathan G. Koomey, Christopher L. Weber, and H. Scott Matthews shared in a study they released some time ago. Their conclusion was . . .
Sometime the music that is already popular can become boring. You hear it over and over again on all the radio stations. You hear it almost anywhere you go. You periodically want something new and fresh. A good site to go for fresh interesting music is freeplaymusic.com. They have a very extensive library of songs that are well catalogued. You can find music in any genre . . .
Who would have thought that National Geographic would be interested in making music available online? National Geographic has been known for showing documentaries on the different aspects of science, culture and others. There are TV programs, the website and even printed materials but music -- this is something very interesting indeed. There would be free tracks as well as . . .
Downloading music has changed the landscape of the music and film industry. The RIAA and various production and recording companies claim that billions in revenue have been lost. Partly this is due to the lower CD sales. They refuse to believe that maybe their products isn't as popular as they hope. They insist that the blame is on the illegal downloaders. They may be partly . . .
Who says you have to wait for big labels to release great music? There is no need for you to go clubbing just to hear great dance music. The digital revolution has brought easy access to music that you can use to become the host with the coolest music anytime you throw a party. One place that you want to keep an eye on is audiojelly.com. It was founded in 2004 by . . .