Although MP3 players are quite popular, there are still many uses for CDs. Many vehicles come equipped with CD players and the discs are also very useful in burning music. There are many sites on the Internet that offer a variety of music that is easily burned onto a CD. Burning music offers a great means for creating a personalized music library.
ITunes is a free music site with hundreds of songs that can be saved onto the PC or Mac and burned onto a CD. The site is a great resource for finding a variety of music styles including pop, rap, country and even classical. The music on the site can be downloaded for as low as $.69 per song as of July 2010. A great feature of iTunes is that a customer can listen to the song before making a purchasing decision. In addition to the many songs the site has available, there is a good amount of movies and television shows that can be downloaded.
Rhapsody is another music site that provides a wide variety of titles and genres for downloading. After purchasing a subscription listeners can choose from nine million songs. The songs can be easily downloaded or visitors to the site can simply listen by signing in. There are two different subscription plans to choose from on Rhapsody. As of July 2010, premier membership costs $9.99 per month and offers unlimited online and home audio listening, downloads for mobile apps and MP3 access for one device. The premier plus membership costs $14.99 per month and offers all of the same benefits that the premier plan provides, plus MP3 access for two more devices. Downloads for both plans run from $.69 to $1.29 per song as of July 2010.
MTV offers free music downloads that can be burned to CD or downloaded to an MP3 player. The site is always refreshing its playlist and does not charge for unlimited downloads of a wide variety of music. In addition to music, the site also offers movies and TV shows to watch on the PC.
Tola LaForce began writing for London Brokers in 2009 and has since had articles published on various websites. She specializes in writing about health, travel and higher-education topics. LaForce holds an Associate of Science in general studies with a primary focus on health studies from Ivy Tech Community College.