#1
put one of your bands or solo songs on itunes? do you have to sign up some contract with those ****ers?
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#6
I did have a link to the site that you sign up to somewhere, but I don't know where. Google it. There's a site, and you sign up to it, and pay monthly, and upload your songs onto their site, and they upload them onto all other sites like iTunes and other places where you pay for downloaded songs.
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#10
i think there is this service through guitar center that puts your music on all the major music services... i get emails about it all the time
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#13
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No offense, but I doubt they will want it unless you have a recommendation or a reputation.

You are paying them like $5 a month. Why would they NOT want your money?
#15
Quote by Dirge Humani
Because there are songs that will get many more downloads than yours.

Again, you are paying them monthly to have your songs on iTunes. Regardless of how many people download your songs, Apple still makes a profit from your monthly fee.
#17
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But they could make more profit off a more popular song, and not waste their bandwidth.
If no-one downloads it they're not wasting any bandwidth, stupid.
#18
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But they could make more profit off a more popular song, and not waste their bandwidth.


if nobody downloads it, they're not wasting bandwith
#20
If someone wanted to put 4/5 songs on my hard drive (whats that like 20 mb?) and pay me $5 a month. I would be more then happy to leave those songs there. I don't think Apple cares.
#21
Quote by The_Paranoia
If someone wanted to put 4/5 songs on my hard drive (whats that like 20 mb?) and pay me $5 a month. I would be more then happy to leave those songs there. I don't think Apple cares.

Look, I'm just saying that memory is finite, and if I were to run the company, I wouldn't want wasted memory anywhere.
A song that is getting 2-3 downloads, plus the $5, makes $8 a month.
A song that gets 2-300 downloads, plus they $5, makes $305 a month.

So for every non-popular song, you'd lose a potential $297 a month.

Using my completely hypothetical numbers, of course.
#22
^harddrive space costs peanuts

a 500gig harddrive is like under $100 and can hold 100 thousand songs...Apple can afford that for now
#23
Dude, harddrives are cheap as hell, they don't care.
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#26
Tunecore.com supposedly does it for 9.95. (something around there)
It's looks pretty legit to me, at least.