August 27, 2013 Leave a comment 4 sites to download free, legal music By Komando Staff For better or worse, the age of the record store is coming to a close. Tapes are long dead and CDs are on their way out. Vinyl records are still available as collector's items, but digital distribution is king. Even though digital has no physical copy, the price is still about the same. That's why far too many people have taken to illegally pirating music. -advertisement- That's something you should never do. Not only is it flat-out stealing, but it could land you in big trouble. RIAA lawsuits have forced pirates - even unintentional ones - to pay millions of dollars. If you want free music, you should just try out these great resources. Each one is 100 percent free and packed with tons of tunes. Freegal - You probably already knew your local public library stocks CDs for loan. Many of them are adding digital music as well. In partnership with Sony, your public library may now offer a service called Freegal. It has an extensive music catalog you can download from your home. You'll need a library card and PIN to access the site. There's also a weekly download limit, so you can't go completely berserk. But it's a great way to discover new artists or find that track you love. Amazon Music - Amazon's MP3 marketplace needs no introduction. It carries a staggering number of artists in nearly every genre. Continued on next page12Next View All Leave a comment Previous Downloads Free video editing software for beginners to pros Next Downloads Free lesson plan template Related Articles A fun way to teach your kids the Bible Hundreds of free online tutorials and classes 3 things you need to know about Amazon's same-day delivery Microsoft Edge vs. The Others: Which browser is faster, better and easier to use?