If one day piracy became fully illegal how would you listen to music?

I have CDs and vinyls so not much of a big deal for me... but what about those people who listen to music only via piracy?

Updates:
By illegal, I mean to the point your computer is being watched, and if they spot some piracy activity you will get arrested.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • They'd end up buying music. The thing is, music is quite expensive, if they bring the price down people would be more likely to buy it than pirate it.

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Most Helpful Guy

  • piracy already is fully illegal.

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    • I mean to the point your computer is being watched, and if they spot some piracy activity you will get arrested.

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What Guys Said 10

  • Learn to play the guitar. Theyre cheap and relatively small.

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  • *turns on radio*
    *records directly to audio file from radio while not connected to internet*

    Your scenario is ridiculous.

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  • Ugh il use a radio with tapes to download music directly from the radio stations like back in the 80's.

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  • They'd use something like spotify, I think. It's the cheapest legal option and has an offline mode.

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  • Spotify or Deezer are good and cheap options.

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  • Still pirate because it really can't be enforced practically.

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  • My CD's or Youtube.

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  • Radio station. Just gonna sit there and wait for the song

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  • Pandora or YouTube

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  • May I still listen to music on YouTube?

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