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Saving music from internet program

by nomadd74 / April 21, 2006 12:46 PM PDT

I am trying to save some music from an internet site. The details are below. When the page opens and I click on windows media audio - Windows media audio opens and I click on 100 - 85.
Each c.d plays and I can hear the music.
How do I save the music to my windows media library / hard drive or even to a c.d ?
What do I click on in windows media audio, cannot follow the procedure. Maybe I am not allowed to copy this music ?

""In case you missed it, or if you'd just like to listen to all these fabulous opera moments once more, most of the Classic 100 Opera countdown is now available here as audio-on-demand.
created a special top 5 countdown for you here, as we are unable to provide the final concert.
Listen to the Countdown
100 -85 real player audio / windows media audio""

http://www.abc.net.au/classic/classic100/listen.htm

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No license offered.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 21, 2006 12:55 PM PDT

"the Classic 100 Opera countdown is now available here as audio-on-demand."


No offer was made to save and as such you have no rights to download such. Please respect their wishes.

Bob

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Music download
by nomadd74 / April 22, 2006 10:27 AM PDT
In reply to: No license offered.

I am new to music and did not realise that there must be an offer to save in order to download.
Thanks for that information.

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It's never that clear...
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 22, 2006 11:14 AM PDT
In reply to: Music download

In this case they only offered "on-demand" in a streaming fashion and more clues were found as I looked around the web site. They appear to be sampling such in hopes of CD sales or other.

Unlike some sites with .MP3 (or other) files that are offered, this site really does go to the extra lengths to keep the files out of plain site.

Bob

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