Myspace Plans To Offer Infinite Amount of Music

Myspace Music

Interesting details are emerging about Myspace’s plans to change the landscape of the music game by providing an infinite amount of free music to anyone at anytime. Already in bed with three out of four of the top music providers and in discussions with the fourth (EMI) Myspace plans to give artists access to a portal that will become the destination point for their music and a platform for their merchandising endeavors. Below is an excerpt from an interview Wired magazine had with Chris Dewolfe, the CEO of Myspace. Can you believe that there are 5 million bands already on Myspace? Wow, thats alot of Tunes for the iPod.

Wired: So, what is MySpace Music all about?

DeWolfe: It’s not just a download service — it’s a service that marries the largest music community with the most comprehensive catalog of music online. Users can discover and consume virtually any piece of music for free on the internet, or if they want to make it portable they can buy it…. Modern music is all about letting users define their experience. And now, with this new model, we’re letting them do that and the music industry is able to make money at the same time.
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