Monday, August 25

Does the new business of music change the way music sounds?

One blogger says yes. All I can add to this from personal experience is that the rise of relatively affordable home studios over the last decade is the most significant change to the production of records. I clearly know next to nothing about the distribution and promotion of records, as evidenced by the 500 copies of "Better Now" wasting space aging like fine wine in my closet. But this next Ghost Town record sounds as professional as most of the CDs in my collection, at an estimated investment of about $40,000 in studio costs.

The nice thing? The next one's free. :)

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