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Re: Looper CD
I admittedly haven't been following this thread too closely, but the prices
estimated seem pretty damn high to me. $1200 for 500 CD's? You can get
them for a lot less, do cheap but creative packaging and stay well below a
thousand. The $100 per person seems pretty steep to me. Maybe the
administrator type can shop around for good deals and then split the cost
among the participants.
Also, does the $100 insure either a batch of CD's back or some money from
sales? If we're gonna do this like a standard indie release, that would
seem logical and fair.
From: Joe Cavaleri <email@example.com>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Tuesday, December 02, 1997 7:09 PM
Subject: Re: Looper CD
> Just a thought.
> Although I may not be able to contribute at this time. A fair way to
>cost per looper may be $'s per minute. If a run of 500 CD's cost $1200 and
>the total run time per CD is approx. 70 min. each person would be charged
>$17.00 per min.
> One reason for this is like most people on this list I "assume"
>most loop generated music tends be be of greater length then three
> Anyway my two cents.
>At 08:37 AM 12/2/97 -0800, you wrote:
>>> From: Henry Throop <throop@bogart.Colorado.EDU>
>>> o Submissions were limited to one per person, and mostly fixed at 3
>>> Everyone who sent in a tape ended up on the CD. Most of the people
>>> on the disc ended up bought multiple copies, so there was no
>>> 'submission fee.'
>>> o ~ 500 discs were pressed at first and sold for $15 each, to
>>> and through a music store one member runs. I believe they're all
>>> out now.
>>Who ended up paying for the CDs since no money was collected up front?