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    You can burn the music you download through itunes on to multiple CD's. You are far better off doing this as CD's are so easy to scratch.

    I don't really download music much these days but when I do I just use one of the free android apps.

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    I should've added that when you buy the CD rip the songs off it onto your computer. Windows media player can do it and so can itunes. Then load it on your devices and put the CD away as you won't need it. Keeps your CD's safe from scratches and then you can load them on whatever you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauzy View Post
    I should've added that when you buy the CD rip the songs off it onto your computer. Windows media player can do it and so can itunes. Then load it on your devices and put the CD away as you won't need it. Keeps your CD's safe from scratches and then you can load them on whatever you want.
    This was what I was planning if I went with CDs. Just not sure which is best. Are there other places to but mp3/digital versions of music other than itunes?

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    You could try Bigpond Music and Fishpond. Music shops like Sanity also sometimes have screens in them with a catalogue of music and you can buy individual songs and albums and they burn them to a cd for you too.

    ETA: Amazon as well but their rules are very similar to iTunes.


 

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