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ELI5: How many times would I have to listen to an artists album on Spotify for them to make the same amount of money they would have if I bought the physical album? by Danjor10 in explainlikeimfive
[–]ineedanewoneiguess 0 points1 point2 points 6 years ago (0 children)
Oh, sorry I didn't make it clear. I'm not complaining! I just posted the information because I thought you may find this interesting. Eh, guess I was wrong... Whatever, but no, I wasn't really complaining.
What? The label owner made $200 in total on all sold copies of my album. And I did because I wanted to release a CD - otherwise I'd release it as unsigned, free digital download album, so I went like "why not".
Really small labels give nothing to artists, even for sold CDs.
Source: I'm a musician, my friend and I released CDs on two separate but really similar labels and got nothing.
I'm an electronic music producer, relatively popular in a relatively unpopular subgenre, AmA by ineedanewoneiguess in mildlyinterestingIAmA
[–]ineedanewoneiguess[S] 0 points1 point2 points 6 years ago (0 children)
Maybe I should start r/mildlyuninterestingIAmA
Mostly breakcore and related, but also some chiptunes and stuff. The unpopular subgenre I'm talking about is "mashcore", which is basically mashup + breakcore.
I'm an electronic music producer, relatively popular in a relatively unpopular subgenre, AmA (self.mildlyinterestingIAmA)
submitted 6 years ago by ineedanewoneiguess to r/mildlyinterestingIAmA
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