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Tunecore; Wooden Overcoat for Big 4 Record Labels

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The undertaker is measuring the Big Four record labels for a wooden overcoat

http://blog.thedruid.co.uk/2006/02/16/the-...ooden-overcoat/

TuneCore is a music delivery and distribution service that gets music you created (even cover versions) up for sale on iTunes and Rhapsody without asking for your rights or taking any money from the sale or use of your music.

http://www.tunecore.com/

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That is a very cool service, I know a lot of people will benefit from this!

I can't wait until the RIAA are crying, like so many artists they have ruined.

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Where's the catch? They must be making money from it somehow. And don't you need permission to sell a cover version since someone else holds the rights to the song?

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You do pay money for the service, but it is very cheap. 8 american dollars per year and 99 cents per music store other than iTMS USA (but Japan, Canada, are extra, same with Rhapsody).

The 8 dollar fee per year of your song probably covers a lot of their overhead.

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