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Re: Online music distribution, and the downfall of the Music Industry
« Reply #30 on: January 09, 2009, 11:48:49 pm »
I would pay for a gig over here at the Netherlands or in Belgium, that's what I would pay for at the moment...

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Re: Online music distribution, and the downfall of the Music Industry
« Reply #31 on: January 12, 2009, 10:39:20 pm »
no that's a terrible idea. nobody lives there. you need to come to california, where you can capitalize on the concentrated populations of the San Francisco Bay Area (~7 million people) and the LA metropolitan area (~13 million people). we have to assume a fairly small market penetration (teehee, penetration), but with customer bases that huge, even a .01% draw would fill most venues.

you may think that i am biased just cause i live here, but trust me, it's all in the numbers.


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Re: Online music distribution, and the downfall of the Music Industry
« Reply #32 on: January 12, 2009, 11:30:06 pm »
Talking about business strategies, special edition albums might even generate a higher revenue. Production costs are minimal since you're using mostly existing material (like the current Overworld album), add two to four new tracks, like remixed versions - e.g. Need for Steve (Gordon approves SID fix), dezpwn3d City; or b-sides or (*gasp*) betas. Add a new album art (something rob might even have on deviantart or on his harddisk right now). Garnish with some hints about the forthcoming album, and fanboys like me can't resist.

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Re: Online music distribution, and the downfall of the Music Industry
« Reply #33 on: January 13, 2009, 12:26:51 am »
no that's a terrible idea. nobody lives there. you need to come to california, where you can capitalize on the concentrated populations of the San Francisco Bay Area (~7 million people) and the LA metropolitan area (~13 million people). we have to assume a fairly small market penetration (teehee, penetration), but with customer bases that huge, even a .01% draw would fill most venues.

you may think that i am biased just cause i live here, but trust me, it's all in the numbers.

you first need to learn how to run before Walking my friend... :P
so you first start with teh cool country's like teh Netherlands, THEN you go overseas to the british, and the a world wide tour \m/

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Re: Online music distribution, and the downfall of the Music Industry
« Reply #34 on: January 14, 2009, 11:57:57 pm »
They need to come to this awesome country called sweden. Oh sh-

No, but i'm pretty sure they'll need the label right now, for publicity, it's hard to gain publicity that will actually get you anywhere, without a lable. When they're internationally famous they can dump the label and be independant. Since bands makes virtually nothing from CD sales it would be a good idea.
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