Are you in need of a new fix of music? The Humble Music Bundle has just been released and will give you a huge selection of music for whatever you’re willing to pay. Yes, the creators of the Humble Indie games bundles have decided to put together a music bundle for our enjoyment.
The Humble Music Bundle has pulled together tunes from Jonathan Coulton, They Might Be Giants, Christopher Tin, MC Frontalot, and Hitoshi Sakimoto. And if you pay more than the average price, you’ll also get OK Go’s Twelve Remixes of Four Songs! How much would you be willing to pay?
Check out this video to get an idea of what’s inside:
The Humble Bundles work by allowing you to choose how much (or how little) you pay for your goods – the proceeds of which go to charity. So, if you’re feeling rich, or you think the bundle is worth a lot to you, you can pay a larger amount. Meanwhile, those who don’t have a lot to spare can get it for a small donation. It’s your choice. If you’re not sure how much to pay, you can always check out what other people are paying before you make your decision.
Your downloads will be DRM-free and available in FLAC or MP3 format.
What do you think of the Humble Music Bundle? Did you get it?
Source: Humble Music Bundle
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