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  What's the best site to set up an online store to sell CDs?

by AltoonaYourPiano - 07-01-2019
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07-01-2019, 10:21 PM
I've been looking for the past couple months for a free (or at least inexpensive) site where I can set up an online store to sell my CDs. Most of them charge so much to set up an online store that I'd have to sell my CDs for a ridiculous price to break even. I released a CD back in 2012 before I had any real online presence and found it much easier than it is now (also, there were more real stores to sell them in).

07-04-2019, 10:42 AM
Is it your own personal music? As in you are the owner of the music? Why not try to sell digital instead of CD's? You can provide the option to sell the CD but these days everything is digital
Bandcamp jumps to mind, I found some really good music on there from not so well known artists
I can edit videos too! :Poggers:

07-04-2019, 07:01 PM because it is free and easy so figure out. it also has good looking themes

07-05-2019, 06:17 AM
@ZAFuzzy MODERATOR Yep, it's all music I've created. Digital downloads wouldn't sell very well for me because I already have the music up on YouTube (the one exception being some might want to download a clean copy of the song I used in my fireworks science video). in a world where everyone's used to everything being "free", paying money for music has become kind of a hard sell. The reason I still sell CDs is because it does at least afford one small advantage of richness of sound (due to more headroom) but I know of my online fanbase, I'll be lucky if 10% of them buy a CD (realistically, I'm thinking it's closer to 5%).

I am thinking of offering certain tracks of mine, the more wallpaper-y music, as digital downloads for background music so that people can use royalty free music without fearing a copyright strike. But Kevin MacLeod pretty much has that market cornered (and, admittedly I've used a few of his songs in a few of my vlog-style videos).