Monday, 15 August 2011

Free music downloads

"Music is what feelings sound like." ~Author Unknown

We all love music and spend plenty of time listening to it on our iPods and MP3s, in the car, on the radio and more. It can be found nearly everywhere you go.

Building your own collection of music is satisfying, but can also become quite costly.

Libraries have always lent music, beginning with LPs, then moving through cassettes to CDs. And the library is now moving on to digital. You can now download popular music, FREE, via our website, using only your library card. The songs are yours to keep and can be played on a variety of devices.

This FREE service is made available by the library, through Freegal, which offers the entire Sony Music back catalogue and includes many current day popular artists as well as a variety of other music genres from children's to world.

How freegal works:

Login with your current library card number and PIN.

You have a weekly download limit of 3 songs per week, per card. This count is reset at midnight every Sunday night.

Keep track of your downloads in the upper right corner of the site. You can download songs from this week or last week's downloads up to an additional 2 times. Click on 'Recent downloads' and follow the prompts.

Every song has a sample clip that can be listened to before being downloaded.

The downloads on this site are all in the MP3 format.

Be sure to check out the browsing areas, especially Artists A to Z (bottom of page) and the genre lists (menu bar). Click on see all genres to view dozens of categories.

Once you have downloaded the songs to your PC, you can move them to your MP3 player, convert them and add them to your iPod and more.

So get onto the library website, login to Freegal - get browsing, downloading and enjoying your music, FREE from your library.


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