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New music download site Qtrax will offer customers free and legal songs to download - but what does this mean for sites that charge?





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【整理】British Vision Issue 91

Now a music download site called Qtrax with a library containing over 25 million songs will launch on Sunday, offering customers free and legal songs to download. It is set to revolutionize the way fans access music and shake up the whole industry. Benjamin Cohen reports.

They've been fighting it for years, but at last, the music industry as a whole has caved in, accepting the inevitable that the market of paid music is shrinking. Launching on Sunday with the blasting of the major labels, Qtrax will give 25 million songs away for free online if you accept their advertising.

'Qtrax is the first free legal downloading music site. So this is rather unique because this is actually an ad-supported site. So in exchange for downloading music and being able to have access to over 25 million tracks for free, you will be exposed to some advertising. That revenue generated is then directed back towards the labels and the artists that are currently losing out on the music that has been downloaded illegally.'

Illegal downloads have caused UK album sales from artists like the Spice Girls to fall by 11% last year. In the US, the drop was almost 20%, all meaning billions of pounds of lost revenue to artists and their record companies. The R&B singer Mary J. Blige, starred in adverts of Apple, whose i-Tune's music store has sold four billion songs since 2003, but she now accepts that giving away her music for free is unavoidable.

'I think we are in a time where, you know, if it gets to the point where people can download music for free. I mean apparently it is what it is and you just, you know, as the artist, you always gotta start think(ing) about why are you doing what you are doing, or you are doing this to connect with your fans, you know or you are doing this to pull somebody else to do something. And, you know, just kind of, you know, kind of accepted for, you know, for now, you know, until someone stands up and says, ok, let's pull the plug on this.'

'Apple's model is tried and tested. Qtrax is a wonderful exciting idea, but that hasn't yet been tested in the market place. I think one of the key strengths of the Qtrax model is that they do have seemed to have a large library of content available and that is one of the key challenges that they seem to have already addressed.'

Adverts will be shown every time you hear a song. Initially, it won't work on i-Pods, but we understand it will do within a month, posing a real threat to Apple, the dominant player in legal online music.
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A music download site called Qtrax with a library containing over 25 million songs will launch on Sunday offering customers free and legal songs to download. It is said to revolutionize the way, finds access music and shakes up the whole industry. Benjamin Curran reports.

They've been fighting it for years for the last music industry as a hole has caved in. Except in the inevitable, the market of paid music is shrinking. Launching on Sunday with a blessing of the major labels, Qtrax will give 25 million songs away for free online if you accept their advertising.

"Qtrax is a first free legal downloading music site. So this is rather unique because this is actually ex-supported site. So exchange for downloading music and being able to have access to over 25 million tracks for free, you will be exposed to some advertising. That revenue generated then directed back towards the labels and artists that currently losing out on the music that has been downloaded illegally."

Illegal downloads has caused UK album sales from artists like Spicy Girls to fall back 11% last year. In the US, the drops were almost 20%, all meaning billions of pounds of lost revenue to artists and their record companies. The R&B singer Mary J Blige started at first at i-Pod, her * music store has sold four billion songs since 2003, but she now accepts that giving away her music for free is unavoidable.

"I think we are in a time where, you know, if it gets to a point where people can download music for free. I mean apparently it is what it is and you just, you know, as an artist, you have to start to think about why you are doing, which you are doing, or you doing this to connect with your fans, you know or you doing this to pull some ideas through something. And, you know, just kind of, you know, kind of accepted for, you know, for now, you know, until someone stands up and says, O.K. let's pull a plug on this."

"i-Pod is more willing to try to test it. Qtrax is a wonderful exciting idea, but it hasn't yet been tested in the market place. I think one of the key strings of Qtrax moderately they do have seem to have a large library content available that is one of the key challenges they seem to avoid addressed."

Advertises will be showing every time you hear a song. Initially, it won't work on i-Pod, but we understanding we will do within a month posing a real threat to i-Pod, the dominate player in legal online music.


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Now a music download site called Qtrax with a library containing over 25 million songs will launch on Sunday offering customers free and legal songs to download. It is set to revolutionize the way fans access music and shake/ up the whole industry. Benjamin Cohen reports.

They've been fighting it for years but at last music industry as a whole has caved in, accepting the inevitable that the market of paid music is shrinking. Launching on Sunday with the blasting of the major labels, Qtrax will give 25 million songs away for free online if you accept their advertising.

"Qtrax is the first free legal downloading music site. So this is rather unique because this is actually an ad-supported site. So in exchange for downloading music and being able to have access to over 25 million tracks for free, you will be exposed to some advertising. That revenue generated is then directed back towards the labels and artists that are currently losing out on the music that has been downloaded illegally."

Illegal downloads have caused UK album sales from artists like the Spice Girls to fall by 11% last year. In the US, the drop/ was almost 20%, all meaning billions of pounds of lost revenue to artists and their record companies. The R&B singer Mary J Blige, stared in adverts of Apple, whose i-Tune's music store has sold four billion songs since 2003, but she now accepts that giving away her music for free is unavoidable.

"I think we are in a time where, you know, if it gets to the point where people can download music for free. I mean apparently it is what it is and you just, you know, as the artist, you have got to start thinking about why you are doing what you are doing, or you are doing this to connect with your fans, you know or you are doing this to pull somebody else to do something. And, you know, just kind of, you know, kind of accepted for, you know, for now, you know, until someone stands up and says, O.K. let's pull the plug on this."

"Apple's model is tried and tested. Qtrax is a wonderful exciting idea, but that hasn't yet been tested in the market place. I think one of the key strengths of the Qtrax model is that they do have seemed to have a large library of content available and that is one of the key challenges that they seem to have already addressed."

Adverts will be shown every time you hear a song. Initially, it won't work on i-Pods, but we understand/ it will do within a month posing a real threat to Apple, the dominant player in legal online music.
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Now a music download site called Qtrax with a library containing over 25 million songs will launch on Sunday offering customers free and legal songs to download. Is that to revolutionize the way fans access music and shake up the whole industry? Benjamin Cohen reports.

They’ve been fighting it for years but their last music industry as a whole has caved in, accepting the inevitable, but the market that paid music is shrinking. Launching on Sunday with the blessing on the major labels, Qtrax will get 25 million songs away for free online if you accept their advertising.

Qtrax is the first free, legal downloading music site, so this is rather unique, because this is actually an ad-supported site, so in exchange for downloading music and being able to have access to over 25 mount million tracks for free. You’ll be exposed to some advertising. That revenue generated is then directly back towards the labels and artists that are currently losing out on the music that’s been downloaded illegally.

illegal downloads has caused UK album sales from artists like the“Spice Girls”to fall by 11% last year, in the US, the drop was almost 20% all meaning billions of pounds of lost revenue on artists and their record companies.

The R&B singer Mary J.Blige starts an adverts on Apple, its iTune music store has sold 4 billion songs since 2003. She now accepts giving away her music for free is unavoidable.

I think we are in a time, you know, if to guess a point to where people can download music for free, I mean apparently it is what it is, you just, you know, as the artist you got to think why you doing is what you doing, you doing this to connect with your fans, you know, or you are doing this to pull someone else to do something. And you know, just kind accepted for now until someone stands up and says “OK, let’s pull a plug on this”.

Apple’s mode tried and tested, Qtraxs is a wonderful exciting idea. But it hasn’t yet been tested in the market place, I think one of the key strengths of the Qtraxs mode is that they do have seemed to have a large library of contents available and that’s one of the key challenges they seem to avoid addressed

Adverts will be shown every time you hear a song initially it won’t work on iPods , but we understand it will do within a month. Posing a real threat to Apple, the dominant player in legal online music.
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Now a music download site called Qtrax ,with a library containing over 25 million songs were launched on Sunday ,offering customers free and legal songs to download. It is said to revolutionize the way fans access music and shake up the whole industry. Benjamin Cohen reports.

They've been fighting it for years. But at last the music industry as a whole has caved in, accepting the inevitable that the market of paid music is shrinking. Launching on Sunday with the blessing of the major labels, Qtrax will give 25 million songs away for free online if you accept their advertising.

"Qtrax is the first free legal downloading music site. So this is rather unique because this is actually an ad-supported site. So in exchange for downloading music and being able to have access to over 25 million tracks for free, you will be exposed to some advertising. That revenue generated is then directed back towards the labels and artists that are currently losing out on the music that has been downloaded illegally."

The illegal downloads have caused UK album sales from artists like the Spice Girls to fall by 11% last year. In the US, the drop was almost 20%, all meaning billions of pounds of lost revenue to artists and their record companies. The R&B singer Mary J Blige, started adverts on Apple, whose i-Tune's music store has sold four billion songs since 2003, but she now accepts that giving away her music for free is unavoidable.

"I think we are in a time where, you know, if it gets to the point where people can download music for free. I mean apparently it is what it is and you just, you know, as the artist, you have got to start thinking about why you are doing what you are doing, or you are doing this to connect with your fans, you know or you are doing this to pull somebody else to do something. And, you know, just kind of, you know, kind of accept it for, you know, for now, you know, until someone stands up and says, O.K. let's pull the plug on this."

"Apple's model is tried and tested. Qtrax is a wonderful exciting idea, but that hasn't yet been tested in the market place. I think one of the key strengths of the Qtrax model is that they do have seemed to have a large library of content available and that is one of the key challenges that they seem to have already addressed."

Adverts will be shown every time you hear a song. Initially, it won't work on i-Pods, but we understand it will do within a month ,posing a real threat to Apple, the dominant player in legal online music.
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Now a music download site called Qtrax with a library containing over 25 million songs will launch on Sunday offering customers free and legal songs to download. It is set to revolutionize the way fans access music and shake/ up the whole industry. Benjamin Cohen reports.

They've been fighting it for years but at last the music industry as a whole has caved in, accepting the inevitable that the market of paid music is shrinking. Launching on Sunday with the blasting of the major labels, Qtrax will give 25 million songs away for free online if you accept their advertising.

"Qtrax is the first free legal downloading music site. So this is rather unique because this is actually an ad-supported site. So in exchange for downloading music and being able to have access to over 25 million tracks for free, you will be exposed to some advertising. That revenue generated is then directed back towards the labels and artists that are currently losing out on the music that has been downloaded illegally."

Illegal downloads have caused UK album sales from artists like the Spice Girls to fall by 11% last year. In the US, the drop/ was almost 20%, all meaning billions of pounds of lost revenues to artists and their record companies. The R&B singer Mary J Blige, starred in adverts of Apple, whose i-Tune's music store has sold four billion songs since 2003, but she now accepts that giving away her music for free is unavoidable.

"I think we are in a time where, you know, if it gets to the point where people can download music for free. I mean apparently it is what it is and you just, you know, as the artist, you have got to start thinking about why you are doing what you are doing, or you are doing this to connect with your fans, you know or you are doing this to pull somebody else to do something. And, you know, just kind of, you know, kind of accepted for, you know, for now, you know, until someone stands up and says, O.K. let's pull the plug on this."

"Apple's model is tried and tested. Qtrax is a wonderful exciting idea, but that hasn't yet been tested in the market place. I think one of the key strengths of the Qtrax model is that they do have seemed to have a large library of content available and that is one of the key challenges that they seem to have already addressed."

Adverts will be shown every time you hear a song. Initially, it won't work on i-Pods, but we understand/ it will do within a month posing a real threat to Apple, the dominant player in legal online music.
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Now a music download stie Qtrax with a library containing over 25 million songs will launch on Sunday, offering customers free and legal songs to download. Is that to revolutionize the way fans access music and shake up the whold industry. Benjemine C reports.

It has been fight to get for the years for the last the music industry as a whole has caved in. Is that inevitable, but the market that pay the music is shrinking. Lauching on Sunday with a blasting of a major labels, Qtrax will get 25 million songs away for free online if you accept their advertising.

Qtrax is the first free legal downloading music site. So this is rather you need unique, because, this is actually an ad-supported site, so exchange for downloading music and being able to access to over 25 million tracks of free. You'll be exposed to some advertising. That revenue-generated is then directed back towards the labels and artists, that currently losing out on the music that has been downloaded illegally.

Illegal downloads've caused UK album sales from artist like the spice girls to fall by 11% last year. In the US, the drops were almost 20%, all meaning billions of pounds of lost revenue to artists and their record companies.

The R&B singer Mary J Blige, started in adverts of Apple ,whose i-tunes music store has sold 4 billion songs since 2003. But she now accept giving away her music for free, is unavoidable.

I think we're in a time where, you know, if it gets to the point where people can download music for free. I mean, appreantly, it is what it is. And you just, you know, as an artist. You've got to start thinking about why you are doing, what you're doing, are you doing this to connect with your fans, you know, or you're doing this to fool somebody else to do something. And you know, just kind of, kind of accept it for now, you know, until someone stands up and says, ok let's pull the plug on this.

Apple's model is tried and tested. Qtrax is, is a wonderful exciting idea. But it hasn't had yet been tested in the market place. I think one of the key strings of the Qtrax model is they do have things to have large library content available. And that's one of the key challenged ,that seemed to have already addressed.

Adverds will be shown everytime you hear the song initially it won't work on the Ipods, but we understand it will do within a moment. Posing a real threat to Apple, the dominate player in legal online music. ph34r.gif
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