Recently, I had the honor and privilege of a personal demonstration of the new AudioLife widget by Founder and CEO Brandon Hance. I had come to this demo thinking I already knew what this was – just another way to sell your music. But whoa, this is way cooler. AudioLife is a cool mashup of a lot of things.
Ask others to help you sell your music online. Give them a flat fee or percentage for each of your MP3 or CD Sales. The more people you have helping you Sell your music, the more exposure you get for your music, and the more money you can make from your music sales.
Of course, the first process is to record your music. In the past, recording studios used to be so darn expensive that you nearly had to take out a loan to get your project done. But now with all the new technology for home studios and hungry studio owners, you can get your music recorded at reasonable prices.
The second reason that revenue sharing social networking websites are important to the striving artist is because while you’re networking, promoting, sharing your ideas, thoughts, and opinions…you are also making some pocket change to help pay for cd duplication, guitar picks, web hosting, flyers, or whatever…It is an additional stream of income. It may not be much but it is more than you’re making posting “come to my show” comments on MySpace profiles.
People around the world buy discs mainly due to this reason. This is one reason why DVD and CD business is highly profitable. Now, if you are into this business, you need to remember few points to help your business flourish. Choosing a company for duplication of discs and packaging it before sending it to the retail market has to be done with utmost care. Let us take a look at the ways of doing it with ease.
It is always a good idea to send 2 copies of your CD master to the manufacturing facility. This can save vital time if there are problems reading one of the discs.
The valleys are the pits and the hills are the lands. When the CD laser passes over a land (hill), the red light reflects back to a sensor and is interpreted as a one. If the laser passes over a pit (valley), the laser reflects away from the sensor representing a zero. The incredibly small dimensions of the lands and pits make the spiral track on a CD extremely long. If you could lift the data track off a CD and stretch it out into a straight line, it would be 0.5 microns wide and almost 3.5 miles (5 km) long.
Most of these companies develop and use the type of technology their clients need the most. At an economical and fair enough cost, you are surely to have one of the finest services for your products.