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Music and the Net

Digital delivery of music over the Internet is already a reality in the US and is a growing phenomenon in Europe. But in Malaysia, it hasn't really started yet.
Written by Edwin Yapp on

Digital delivery of music over the Internet is already a reality in the US and is a growing phenomenon in Europe. But in Malaysia, it hasn't really started yet.

We have a portal called MusicCanteen "="" rel="noopener noreferrer nofollow">MusicCanteen, but it offers indie music only.

For mainstream stuff, you'll have to wait for some time before TMNet's music portal starts offering songs for download.

Will it work here? I guess it depends very much on the offering and the price. If they offer a wide selection of songs and price them at less than RM4 (US$1.09) each, they have a chance.

Do you think online delivery of music will work? Music legend Zainal Abidin thinks so. Hear him explain why. But rocker Jason Lo disagrees. Listen to his take on this topic.

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