[Did a search first as always]
Where do you listen to your music?
I do have a couple portable music players, mostly have my phone on me. Rarely do I play music out of the house, I like to hear what is going on around me so if I am shopping for food, walking around I feel no need to be playing music that could distract me. So I find myself mostly playing music at home while doing other things on the computer or cleaning up etc... for that I would prefer it going though a speaker.
Answer by MisterMFrance · Jul 06, 2011 at 05:50 PM
Everyday I hear new album from jamendo and I have some interesting audios replies to my songs on soundcloud. Another thing, myspace (even if it is gonna dead - or not, whatever) is also a nice place to listen to music too and discover new artists.
I use also youtube when I know the perfect title and/or band and sometimes I record 24 radios of every style I like (rock, pop, electro, soundtracks...) with streamripper for winamp for generally 5-10 days non-stop and then I got a thousand of new fresh songs which are nicely cut and ID3tag pre-formatted with all the informations I want (mutliple songs of 3Mb files, not just a 5Gb file). And the most amazing thing with this particular software is that all your 'radio ad' that you don't want to listen to, is suppressed automatically :) So you just have tons of new clean songs. That IS awesome.
Answer by TheGeekPanel · Jul 07, 2011 at 11:04 AM
Itunes, Spotify and online radio stations. I listen to music in the house all the time and i even stream my own radio show on Spreaker.com. I stream from 12:30 every day (Great British Time) i am called PMC internet Radio.
Answer by HerpDerp · Jul 06, 2011 at 08:44 PM
I just play it through iTunes when I get bored... I never want to be distracted from what's going on around me outside. I may eventually start listening when I do nature photography, but I listen offline at home. :)
Answer by zerocool898 · Jul 06, 2011 at 09:02 PM
It depends, when I'm at the gym I have my phone with me so I use "Tune In" which is local radio, or MOG or Pandora if I'm in the mood for no commercial. Google music won't install so that's out ...and I'm waiting for Spoitify ;)