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Apple Reduces iTunes+ Prices, Brings Parity to DRM’d Tracks

Today, the WSJ reports that Apple has reduced prices on all their DRM-free tracks to $.99, making the per-track price equal to that of tracks with DRM throughout the store. In addition, they have launched a wide new selection of indie artists and labels under the iTunes+ moniker, making Apple the new champ in volume of DRM-free music, buy maybe one or two tracks. Amazon recently launched their MP3 store, with over 2 million tracks and $.89 per track pricing for most songs to widely positive reviews from industry.