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In order to Give away those million copies.. a million must download the Music App... maybe there should be a music app chart.
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Imagine I came up with a device that could copy & reformat every video game in the world. Then I say to the Game makers "Hey, people are using my device to steal so you might as well sell through me.. and BTW im taking 30%" Music saved Apple & Little Itunes money they make PALES in comparison to what they get for Hardware sales However If Itunes Connect works.. Its the Ultimate payback
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I Bought the Audiobook .. Go get Yours http://amzn.to/m362u5
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I see this as sort of a " Path to Citizenship " . You can keep all the stuff you bootlegged & we'll make you legal , for $24.99 a yr It's sort of payback to the labels and publishers for all they have " lost "
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Lets say if you sell 100 ITunes Downloads in 2 years ITunes maybe 0.70 a song TuneCore $49.99*2 Yrs = $99.98 CDBaby $39.99 Flat = $39.99 TuneCore .70 * 100 = $70 CD Baby .70 - .07(9 Pct) = .63 * 100 = $63 TuneCore $70 - $99.98 = Lost $29.02 CDBaby $63 - $39.99 = Made $23.01 What if you sell 1000 songs? TuneCore .70 * 1,000 = $700 CD Baby .70 - .07(9 Pct) = .63 * 1,000 = $630 TuneCore $700 - $99.98 = Made $600.02 CDBaby $630 - $39.99 = Made $590.01 If you think that you're only gonna sell 100 songs then go to CDBaby. 1000 songs? go to Tunecore. I know its not THAT simple but, do what is better for your bottom line. Either way get back to work doing what you love
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THIS is why we still need Suge Knight
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I think the CLOUD thing is getting a bit " HYPISH " Its cool but not THAT cool. Anyone think the Digital Performance Right in Sound Recordings Act can be used to get Amazon to pay up?
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Pardon me, but I dont do the Internet Gangsta thing & I Dont hide my name & Face in anonimity just to get away with comments I would never repeat in public. I also dont have to quantify my personal views to anyone or tell them to stfu. Its pedestrian and not welcome in a forum that fosters intelligent free expression. I also question your motives as I see other comments up here that really say horrible things about Rihanna and her artistry whereas I dont disparage her at all and compare her to other great singers that I enjoy.
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Rihanna makes cute songs & Id go to a club to see her because she's Hot ....but she's not a Phenomenon like say BEYONCE .. who can do it All She's kind of like Fantasia, Keyshia Cole, Monica
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Great . so now people can upload their bootlegged songs to the CLOUD. Lets call it the Royalty Hurt Locker
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This is just the way the US Govt gets extra money out of the N.A.B lobby. pay no attention to this. NAB = National Association of Broadcasters When they want money from the RIAA Lobby .... they pull the " Lets Censor All Music " crap Happens every few years
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I liked the Zune media player for pc but i guess thats dead also. I dont think ill be investing my time or money in anything microsoft. Hey richard, At least you're not the guy with the Zune Tattoo.. http://www.engadget.com/2007/06/21/zune-tattoo-guy-gets-microsofts-attention/
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Mar 8, 2011
I think its a great idea & I hope it gets done. We're having a conversation about CD's .. THAT in itself is Old School
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I dont know If 0.80 can fly here in the states. Im sure there are more upfront costs than just manufacturing to think about. so lets say $2.25 upfront which is still a big savings. Can you trust that your UNSOLD CD's will be destroyed by a retailer? of course Not Dont be Ridiculous! I can guarantee your CD's will end up in a Sri Lanka Walmart .. You think Cops DESTROY all the Weed & Coke & Guns they confiscate? Diggiti
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Apr 22, 2010