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Old 10th July 2012
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Sorta; problem is the money isn't there for the kind of studio time of yesteryear...that's what I meant though, saturation, quantity, and lower quality...

They're not uber, let's not forget the 90s was a massive blip in the history of the record industry; boom time, not a normal model...

Not that many people bought that much music in the 60s/70s/80s, probably not much more than is bought now...just that it's more diffuse.

The big problem, in terms of monetization, is that the conduit that you receive free music through, doesn't pay licensing for it.

People will reduce your music to whatever they want, regardless of whether they paid for it or not...