Last night I played at the Hight Street Station open mic hosted by my friend and killer guitar player Larrie Noble.
right now, I'm using bandcamp and CDbaby It is crazy to firgue out what's the best deal, what's the most user-friendly I have to firgue more of it out for instance, I know you can do a lot of embedding with bandcamp (I saw this on the farewell milwaukee site), but I don't know how to do it yet. The pros of bandcamp:- the buyer can decide which format they want the album in (mp3 or AAC or apple lossless, for instance)- you can be really flexible with price, or offer certain tracks for free if the person puts their email address in for the mailing list.- you can also use bandcamp to take physical CD orders, and they provide an automatic digital download with the order if you want that- They tether the album artwork to the track, so when the person downloads it into iTunes, the artwork is already there.- They take all credit cards, and paypal I believeThe cons:- You can only sell music you release independently I can't list my Daemon Releases, as far as I can tell, even though I have physical copies to sell.- I want a place on the page where I can say here is where you can get the rest of Rose's CDs, or here are other places where they are available I can't wait to check out your lady ukulele site!
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