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Here are the top ten articles for the MP3 / iTunes Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. MP3 Quality Comparison Chart - Gladiator
When you rip MP3s, should you rip them at 160, 128, 96 or 64 for the best sounding file that is still small? Just what are the differences in sounds? Hear for yourself with clips from the Gladiator soundtrack.
2. iPod - Moving Files from Napster to iTunes
If you´ve used Napster and have bought an iPod, you´re out of luck. Napster does not support the iPod. Here´s how to get all your songs - INCLUDING paid in Napster songs - to iTunes.
3. MP3 Quality Comparison Chart - Santana
When you rip MP3s, should you rip them at 160, 128, 96 or 64 for the best sounding file that is still small? Just what are the differences in sounds? Hear for yourself with clips from the Santana song Smooth.
4. 90 second iTunes previews coming in 2011?
Apple have announced that iTunes will be introducing 90 second previews on songs over 2 and a half minutes. Is this a good thing? Let me know what you think!
5. An MP3 / iTunes Journey
My digital music story is a collection of notes and lyrics that has evolved from 45s to 33s to 8-tracks to cassettes to compact discs. The next evolution is MP3s and iTunes.
6. Free MP3 Music Downloads
Have you been searching for good, legal free MP3 music downloads? 3 top sites reviewed.
7. Downloading Audio Books to iPods & MP3 Players
Wondering how to download an audio book or how to get a downloaded audio book onto to your MP3 player or iPod? Find out just how you do it in this easy tutorial.
8. Digital Downloads - The Best Way To Buy Music
Do you want to purchase music online but aren't sure where to begin? This feature on digital music platforms will tell you what to expect along with the benefits of using software like iTunes, Amazon and Napster to obtain tracks from your favourite singers or groups.
9. DRM - Is It Going Extinct?
DRM, or Digital Rights Management has been a thorn in our side since the Digital Millennium copyright act of 1998. Finally, it seems user complaints have won over the DRM war, and now we are seeing more and more DRM-free media.
10. WMA Quality Comparison Chart - Gladiator
Interested in learning how the various settings of WMA files affect the sound? Here is a test I did using clips from the Gladiator soundtrack. Listen for yourself!
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