• Free Music Friday From Computer Audiophile (02/15/2008)

    It's Free Music Friday once again. This time join Linn Records in celebrating one year of High Resolution Downloads!

    In January 2007 the new-look Linn Records website was launched to critical acclaim. Gramophone proclaimed it "a model download site" and in December 2007 Stereophile named Linn Records High Resolution Downloads "Editor's Choice" in their Products Awards. One year on Linn Records have over 40 albums available at Studio Master quality and over 250 albums available at CD quality and 320k MP3.
    In conjunction with ComputerAudiophile.com, Linn Records are offering you the chance to experience the very best High Resolution Downloads available, for FREE!Choose any track from "Messiah" (Dublin Version, 1742) by Dunedin Consort, winner of "Baroque Vocal" category at the 2007 Classic FM Gramophone Awards and the Baroque Music Award at the Midem Classical Awards 2008. I highly suggest track 46 Chorus: Hallelujah or track 4 Chorus: And the Glory of the Lord. Don't judge a song by its price. The most expensive tracks aren't always the most interesting :-)

    Simply follow this link and choose your track by clicking "Buy Now". You can change the file type and quality in the "Download Format" box. At the shopping cart page type the promotion code JP58VT2C in the "Promotion Code" box and click "add". Follow the "Checkout" steps until you click "Confirm Order".

    Free Music Friday From Computer Audiophile

    If you are not sure what file type is best for you, please read the Download quality and file type page or download Linn Records free test files.


    Note: Since Computer Audiophile has arranged Free Music Fridays as a benefit for the CA readers I encourage you to offer links to CA so new readers can take advantage of this as well.
    Comments 1 Comment
    1. The Computer Audiophile's Avatar
      The Computer Audiophile -
      Thanks for joining CA Nick! I hope people read your comment before they download anything. I guess if they don't they haven't lost any money :-)