The music landscape is changing. Well, technically it has been changing for quite a while ever since peer-to-peer file sharing applications like Napster popped up and turned the industry on its head. But with so many legal alternatives competing these days it's gotten to the point that buying or subscribing to a service is more convenient than pirating.

The latter, in particular, is getting a lot of attention lately. Streaming music generated more revenue than CDs in the US for the first time in 2014, and Apple, which until recently stuck with its a-la-carte model through iTunes, has decided to step into the streaming music service game with Apple Music.

Today we want to know where you get your music from. Still buying tracks and albums individually – digitally or CDs? Are you paying for a music subscription service instead? And if so, which one did you go for and why?