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The Case for Continuing the CD
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2013, 02:38:05 AM »
With digital music sales rising and physical album sales declining, have you ever wondered if still make sense for musicians, artists, and music companies to be selling CDs?

Well, consider the following:

      In 2012 there were 193 million Physical Albums sold in the U.S., compared to 118 million Digital Albums sold…

      A recent in-depth study done by Nielsen found that 50% of all Americans discover new music by listening to CDs. They also  found that 50% of all teens say they normally listen to their favorite artist on CD.

      One of the few bright spots for the music industry is that CD sales at concerts have continued to stay steady over the last 10 years…

Look at these facts objectively and it becomes pretty clear that choosing not to physically manufacture CDs…

- Cuts your Album Sales in half.
- Reduces the chance of a new fan discovering your music in half.
- Drastically cuts down on the amount of money you can make per concert.

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