#1
Hey guys, im developing a business plan for a college project and hoped you could help by answering some quistions based on current music sharing websites.

1) What do you like or dislike about current music sharing sites that are available? Do they suit yor needs?

2) What improvements would you make to them to better your experience?

3) What sort of price do you feel is suitable for being able to have access to more features such as greater advertisment, more file sharing and marketing/selling your music?


If you could answer any of the above quistions it would be greatly appreciated.
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#2
If by music sharing you mean Spotify, Pandora, etc...

1. Completely against them. Don't use them. They've robbed too much income from most artists.
2. They should compensate artists fairly.
3. $15-$30 per month

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#3
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If by music sharing you mean Spotify, Pandora, etc...

1. Completely against them. Don't use them. They've robbed too much income from most artists.
2. They should compensate artists fairly.
3. $15-$30 per month



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#4
If by music sharing you mean Spotify, Pandora, etc...

1. Completely against them. Don't use them. I could get better quality audio for free and without ads.
2. They should compensate me for time wasted trying them out.
3. 0$ per month
#5
1) i dont like 3rd party companies taking money from artists, record company or streaming site.
2) pay if u like, get w/ the times losers
3) whatever i deem appropriate
#6
Thanks for the response, its much appreciated. But im also talking about things like soundcloud and the uses of them towards sharing your own music.
#7
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1) i dont like 3rd party companies taking money from artists, record company or streaming site.
2) pay if u like, get w/ the times losers
3) whatever i deem appropriate


What about soundcloud?
#8
bandcamp sees alright. i dunno enough about soundcloud to have an opinion. but stuff like spotify is not chill.
#9
1. Sites like Pandora I like, since that's where I've found out about many bands and have bought some of those band's CDs. I would buy more, but can't afford any.

2. I think that compensating the bands would be a fair trade.

3. I guess whatever I feel comfortable paying.
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#10
1. They don't have any of the overpriced j-pop/j-rock I listen to, so I download it all illegally on jpopsuki and nyaa.

2. Put all of the j-pop/j-rock on it.

3. Idk whatever.