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Thread: I need music for my car! PLZ help!

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    Exclamation I need music for my car! PLZ help!

    Hi everybody!

    I'm new here, so maybe some of you can help a noob:
    I'm a poor student, so I don't have much money to spend for music. But how to get good music now?
    I don't want to use filesharing, so is there any other way to get music for free? I listen to the radio in my car, but there's practically never more than 2 songs I really like.

    Please help me, tell me what you do!

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    you could go to a cd store and steal cd's, or you could learn to play an instrument and start making your own music...for free!! or you could kidnap an old lady and have her sing to you while you drive around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott_fx
    you could go to a cd store and steal cd's
    That was a good one!

    But I'm serious, is there a "legal" way?

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    doesnt www.mp3.com have free songs? you could always listen to itunes streaming radio, thats free
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    Cool

    I use internet radio stations to get good music!

    You could take StreamRipper (streamripper.sourceforge.net) or AudioJack 2. I prefer the second one, 'cause you can record the mp3s and directly burn them on CD!

    For the ones who think it's illegal:
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    cu

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    FM radio is free.
    Is this where the witty comment goes?
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    I use internet radio stations to get good music!

    You could take StreamRipper (streamripper.sourceforge.net) or AudioJack 2. I prefer the second one, 'cause you can record the mp3s and directly burn them on CD!

    For the ones who think it's illegal:
    Link

    cu

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    Listen to the radio, buy a CD, or hum. Those are your options.

    @ scott_fx

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    Thanks to all of you! I'm already lovin this board!

    I think I'll try the internet radios, I didn't know about them, and obviously recording them ain't illegal indeed! That's great news for me!

    @ NewEggs:
    Is there any reason to use AudioJack 2 and not freeware-tools like StreamRipper? Please gimme some information on this!

    THX again

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    Well, I'd choose AudioJack 2 'cause it really is an all-in-one tool.
    See, StreamRipper has just the ripping part, other tools will do another part... You'll have to use two or three tools until you have your music/ mp3 CD!

    For example, AudioJack 2 splits the files correctly and also gets the correct title infos. Then you can edit the files (like fade-in, cut...) and burn them on CD.
    And there are other features that don't belong to internet radio recording but that'll save your money, too. You can backup your original CDs or rip music from CD or DVD...

    I prefer one tool that does his job to a couple of tools!

    cu

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