Whoa, I didn’t see this coming, another contender in the digital music world other than Google?
That’s correct folks, eMusic has just added one of the big 4 Major Labels to their music catalogue. Meaning hundreds of artists and hundreds of thousands of tracks. As PaidContent.org reported, eMusic is taking the next step in it’s digital music club.
New pricing in a nutshell (via DailySwarm)
Under the new currency pricing system, eMusic members will enjoy savings of 20%-50% compared to iTunes a la carte prices. The majority of albums on eMusic will be priced from $5.19 – $8.99. Single track pricing for members will vary as follows:
• $0.49 for most tracks currently in our catalog
• $0.69 – $0.79 for more popular content
• $0.89 for tracks that generally sell for $1.29 at iTunes
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