How to Download Music for Free

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  • Topic: Uploading and downloading, BitTorrent, ITunes
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How to Download Music for Free

Imagine having access to an unlimited amount of media and being able to download it right to your Mp3 player or iPod to play at will. Luckily we live in the 21st century and we have the technology to do such a thing. We are able to download thousands of gigabytes of anything from movies, television shows and music. For this particular lesson, I will be teaching you how to download music to your media player. I will be using iTunes on my windows computer, if you are using a mac or another media player, do not be worried because it is essentially the same process just with some alterations. First off go to Google and search for UTorrent under the web category. Afterwards there will be a link that comes up for Utorrent.com with subcategories under it. Click the subcategory called “Download” and follow the link to their site. Next download the follow pop-up download that appears on your screen, do not be alarmed it does not contain any viruses. Once UTorrent is downloaded onto your computer, you can finally start your downloading journey. Before I go further, let me explain what this application does. It allows you to access torrent files uploaded on web sites by their respective users. These torrents are then converted into a file of a particular media type best suited for whichever you choose. Then these files are put into your download folder on your computer waiting for you to upload them. These files are easy to find and easy to download which is the next step. There are many sites you can go to and get torrents like Bittorrent.com or Archive.org, but we will be using the easiest one known as Thepiratebay.org. Once at their on their website, search “WinRAR” and check of applications, certain torrents get put into zip files and this application converts them into mp3, wav, etc. Now this is where it gets tricky, you want to choose a torrent that is compatible with your computer (Windows/Mac) and with more seeders than leechers...
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