How to download music for free from eMusic™ with Oceans XStream

Learn how to record and convert songs from emusic.com

Downloading music from eMusic™ is a cinch with Oceans XStream. Oceans XStream automatically recognizes any song that your browser plays on eMusic™, downloads it at the highest possible speed and then correctly names the songs afterwards.

It is so simple that Oceans XStream picks up and recognizes which songs are going to be played from analyzing the entire audio traffic played online using your computer. Oceans XStream also uses this technology to subsequently download songs in their entirety that are only started using your browser. What’s more, this technology can also be used for all the songs linked to the page.

How to record music from eMusic™
 
Start Oceans XStream.
Switch to the “Save Music” view in the “Streaming” section.
Click “Audio Recording” if it is not already activated.
Open eMusic.com in your browser.
Play the desired music on eMusic™.
Oceans XStream creates in the “Save music” view a list with all the music files that are being played.
Select the music file to download and click the “Save” button.
The music file will now be downloaded and converted. The progress will be displayed next to it, in the list.
After the download is complete, the file will show up in the Oceans XStream player on your right hand side.
You can now play the file with Oceans XStream or drag and drop it into another application or Windows Explorer to export it.

About eMusic™

eMusic™ offers music lovers and casual music fans a more immersive, authentic music experience and better prices than mass market digital music retailers. It combines award-winning editorial, a state-of-the-art recommendations system, and social media features to provide the most musical context for an enthusiastic community of music fans, record labels, and artists alike. Customers are encouraged to explore music with subscription-based pricing that rewards discovery at a better value than any legal competitor. 

The groundbreaking digital music retailer was one of the first to sell DRM-free music in the popular MP3 format beginning in 1998 and became the first service to sell audiobooks in MP3 in 2007. MP3 is the only DRM-free digital format that offers all the functions of physical music products such as the CD and is compatible with all digital audio devices, including the iPod and Zune. 

www.eMusic.com was originally launched as a CD retailer in September 1995 by Creative Fulfillment, Inc. under the name eMusic. In 1998, it was acquired by Goodnoise, and in 2000, launched the world's first digital music subscription service. In 2003, Dimensional Associates, an operating company that manages private equity investments made by JDS Capital, purchased eMusic™ from Vivendi’s VU Net USA, which bought the company in 2001. Since then, the company has dramatically increased its subscriber base, expanded into 26 EU nations and Canada, and sold more than 300 million music downloads. 

eMusic™ caters to music lovers in the underserved 25-54 demographic. Its vast catalogue comprises more than 6 million tracks from over 60,000 record labels that span every conceivable music genre including rock, jazz, comedy, hip-hop, blues, classical, country, folk, children's music, electronic, world, reggae and more. The label roster includes well-known independents such as Concord Music Group, Koch, Naxos, Beggars Group, Saddle Creek, Warp, Domino, Barsuk and Merge. Recently, eMusic added the back catalogue of Sony Music Entertainment labels such as Arista, Columbia, Epic, Jive, LaFace, Legacy Recordings and RCA. eMusic™

Please note

Music from eMusic.com is copyrighted. Any redistribution of it without the consent of the copyright owners may be a violation of the law in most countries, including the USA. DVD neXt COPY Inc. is not affiliated with eMusic™, nor the company that owns the trademark rights to eMusic™. This page is provided for compatibility purposes only, and in no case should be considered an endorsement of Oceans XStream Software products by any associated 3rd party.