The digital music industry comprises hundreds of companies of various sizes all offering services for musicians – this site was designed to help you choose which you should use.
Anyone who has had an experience with the services listed in this site is encouraged to rate and share their viewpoint for future users.
The Digital Music Industry
Following the 1969 Woodstock music festival the music industry achieved a steady 20 percent average annual revenue growth for 25 consecutive years, and then growth slowed and then took a plunge of epic proportions. Music licensing in the U.S. decreased from $14.6 billion USD in 1999 to $6.3 billion USD in 2009.
Where there were once just a few major record labels that controlled the music industry, now literally hundreds of smaller music companies have sprouted up, offering services for musicians.
As this new “digital music industry” is highly fragmented, this website brings the new industry together to allow musicians to learn about these new services and democratically choose which should lead the way.
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