Question about Audio Players & Recorders
One can download music legally, and pay for it. On iTunes for example.
However, the popular thing to do these days is to abuse the p2p networks (peer to peer) - sharing files of any size across the internet, from computer to computer.
This in theory is like borrowing a CD from a friend, however the friend is not your friend and if your government is tight on internet access, could result in some form of punishment.
These can range from a simple internet ban, to a fee of an amount of money.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
That would depend on what type of MP3 player you have. Some you connect to your computer thru a USB cable, the PC recognizes it and you then drag your songs in mP3,aac, WAV or whatever format is needed for that perticular player to that device. If it's an Ipod or Zune etc... you need their software. Such as Itunes for an Ipod and so on
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