[linux-audio-user] Copy-Protection of Audio-CDs produced by myself

Mark Constable markc at renta.net
Wed Mar 31 06:26:03 EST 2004

On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 09:06 pm, Dave Griffiths wrote:
> On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 10:32:18 +0100, Daniel James wrote
> > Suddenly I'm less interested - not because I'm cheap, but because 
> > this artist (or his management) is using a method of media delivery 
> > that I don't find to be a particularly compelling purchase. Offer a 
> > tangible CD that I can play on any machine without loss of quality 
> > or stupid restrictions, and I'm the first to get my wallet out.
> Slightly off topic as this is not CD's, but the popularity of www.bleep.com -
> warp record's non DRM mp3 download for cash website - indicates that a lot of
> people agree with you. 
> I recommend people who find DRM unsavory to support sites like this.

While plugging non-DRM sites, don't forget http://magnatune.com
where you only pay *IF* you want to for full flac/wav copies of 
the actual CDs, or ogg or mp3. No annoying 30-second samples. A 
remarkably DRM/Copy-Protection/Flash/anything crap-free site.


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