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Tying oneself to the proprietary iTunes format is a problem all in itself. Probably everyone's music is in Apple's .m4a format, which will only play on Apple products. So you're locked in to an extent, unless you're able to convert to mp3.

(I'm reading online that there is a way to convert it in iTunes: select the song and under the Advance pulldown you can convert it back to an MP3. I don't know if this is true.)
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