$8-$9 per track is not unr

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Avatarbirdcat
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$8-$9 per track is not unreasonable, but it also depends on the quality & freshness of the piece. For example, I (over time) acquired all the Digital Juice StackTraxx libraries, some for as cheap as $10 each (for ten songs in multiple lengths – 10, 15, 30, 60 & full) so if you are competing on price, you’ll lose. I have also used services like Twisted Tracks which seems more in line with your model. Also remember there are sites with FREE RF music that don’t sound bad – especially for the price.

So bottom line, don’t compete on price – you’ll lose – Compete on quality (don’t give in to quick & dirty just to get something out there) and then deliver consistently and you’ll have a shot.

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