BRINGING MUSIC FANS ACCESS TO A VAST CATALOGUE OF HIGH QUALITY VIRUS-FREE MUSIC
NEW YORK – Mar. 23, 2011 – How do college students get accessibility to the music they love for free while on campus? With the restrictions and punishments that most American Universities have in place for those who attempt to visit illegal sites to download free music and share files its an unappealing option. Many students have taken to using free streaming music services but that could also soon present a major problem. Just last week Oxford University in the UK decided to ban the popular European streaming service Spotify because of the amount of bandwidth the service swallowed up. Thankfully there is now an option for students to be able to download and play as much free music as they like.
QTRAX has successfully launched its revolutionary, free and legal music download service in the United States, Canada and eight other countries and will continue to rollout all over the world.
QTRAX showcases an ad-supported delivery model that easily and accurately directs revenue back to artists and rights holders. Users who download and install the QTRAX player will be able to use it to search for, discover and download as much music as they like from a diverse catalog of high-quality digital music files. The QTRAX player can be used on either Mac or PC and portability will follow shortly.
About QTRAX (www.QTRAX.com)
QTRAX is a free and legal music downloading service with a revenue focused business model that directs money back to artists and rights holders. QTRAX has successfully signed a number of significant licensing deals and provides fans with access to a vast and diverse catalog of high-quality digital music files. QTRAX is currently live in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Fiji, Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Mexico. Portability will follow shortly. Based in New York City, QTRAX is a subsidiary of Brilliant Technologies Corporation (OTC: BLLN. PK), a publicly traded technology holding company.
Both Founder and Co President Allan Klepfisz and Co President Lance Ford are available for interviews and comments.
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I downloaded 75 songs (many simaltaniously) in twenty minutes with a fantastic playback quality. GO QTRAX GO BLLN.
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“…for those who attempt to visit illegal sites to download free music and share files its an unappealing option.”
That ought to have read ‘sites on which music is being distributed P2P.’ The sites themselves, as carriers, are not responsible for the content of P2P files. ISPs just won a court battle over that, reaffirming that they aren’t either.