Have you lately bought a new Zune player and are itching to download music for Zune? But you simply do not know where is the best place to get that “S.O.S” by Jonas bros and “Bubbly” by Colbie Caillat.
You perhaps already know that you will find flicks, music, videos and games for your player at iTunes and Microsoft’s Zune marketplace and other online music stores like Amazon, HMV and more. At the marketplace, you can obtain access to millions of songs. For the price conscious, the price ticket of $0.99 to $2 over for a bit of song at any of these music stores can actually be a turn-off. Think how much it might cost to acquire tons of songs for your music collection?
Another choice which is kind of popular are the free download services. While these are usually free and you can download music for Zune to your heart’s content, you are also exposing your PC to the adware and adware that comes attached with the music downloads. The extent of damage to your personal computer could be very bad when you notice that your PC is slower.
There is a safe option to transfer songs to your digital conveyable player. Like any other MP3 players, you can rip songs from a CD and synchronize that onto your player. If you’re familiar with music ripping, you should be quite comfortable to download music for Zune in this manner.
The method starts first when you open a media player like Windows Media Player. Insert the CD and decide on the songs or soundtracks you wish to download. Next, click the Rip button.
Whether or not the player isn’t syncing well, it is fine. You can simply copy the music files by hand onto your player and it would work just fine excepting the additional step.