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Old May 31, 2007, 08:03 AM
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Default iTunes Now Offering DRM-Free Music Tracks for $1.29

Finally! Good for EMI for being the first off the blocks- Hopefully others will follow. Really though, it's about time given the demand for it. The dowloads will be in AAC format (Advanced Audio Coding) which may or may not please you.

The wave washing away DRM hits Apple’s music service with today with the announcement of iTunes Plus. The DRM-free music tracks do command a premium over the traditional $0.99 protected tracks, with each 256 kbps AAC encoded track costing the consumer $1.29 each. iTunes customers who have already purchased tracks that are now available on iTunes Plus may upgrade their library of previously purchased content to iTunes Plus tracks for just 30 cents a song and $3.00 for most albums.

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