Thursday, January 29, 2009

Apple allow you to choose what DRM you want to strip

Up until now, if you'd bought a tune on iTunes with DRM wrapped all over it, and wanted to change it to a DRM-free version, you could only do it by making all iTunes-sold tracks on your PC into what's known as iTunes Plus versions.

Now, though, Apple are introducing the ability to pick and choose which tracks you wish to set free. They're still going to charge you thirty cents a pop, mind. You might figure you could get the same effect re-recording the song and saving the thirty cents.

[Thanks to Michael M]