Saturday, February 2, 2013

High-Quality Music Takes A Giant Leap Forward With HDtracks

I would like to introduce you to HDtracks, the newest premier website for high-quality album downloads. It features thousands of albums available in AIFF, ALAC, WAV and FLAC format, compatible with iTunes, Winamp WMP and other audio playback software.
 
HDtracks offers the largest online store for high-definition music. They have partnered with Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group, Concord Music Group and many others to offers albums from top musicians like The Rolling Stones, The Doors, U2, Miles Davis and many more.
 
Their new user-friendly download application is so easy to use that you'll be listening to your favorite music in the highest quality in no time. I recently downloaded Rush's "Moving Pictures" album in AIFF format. If you are looking to save on the file size, then this is not what you should be shopping for, but if you are looking for the highest quality downloaded audio, then this is the premier place. The drums on "YYZ" are so crisp and clear, you'd think you were in the studio hearing them live. It also displays the perfect balance of the guitar and bass in "Limelight." It's like hearing this album again for the first time as you hear the little things that are missed with regular audio. There is no comparison to MP3s, every instrument is heard without overcrowding your headphones and crunching the music.
 
Every musical genre is represented on their website with popular albums and new ones are added each week. My only complaint is that their library lacks many essential classic rock albums that would benefit from this high-definition format, especially after hearing how good an album that was released over thirty years ago can still sound.
 
For more information, please visit the HDtracks website at hdtracks.com and enter the code "NEWDM10" to receive 10% off your first purchase. I'll guarantee that once you hear how good this sounds that you'll wish all your music can sound this crisp and clear.

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