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Monday, December 04, 2006

More Free MP3s with Online Music Recorder

With Allofmp3.com possibly facing shutdown, alert music lovers will want to start looking for other sites to satisfy their cravings. Online Music Recorder (OMR) looks like a promising alternative. As Allofmp3 cloaked itself in a Russia legal loophole, OMR says its service is perfectly legal since it is only recording music from publicly available radio stations.

Given that, you won't see music downloads available immediately when you sign up for your account. The idea is that the radio recording starts only after you sign up. Wait a few hours, and you'll probably see hundreds of MP3s awaiting your pleasure. Songs by The Roots, Justin Timberlake, and Beyonce are among the selection.

Actually playing the files is trickier. Files are encrypted using an OMRKey so you'll need a piece of software called OMRDecoder to decrypt them. You'll also need to enter your account name and password to verify it's actually you. The process is a little long, but the end result is an MP3 file encoded at 128kbps.

[via P2P Blog]


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