Felix_dup1 Posted February 14, 2003 Share Posted February 14, 2003 Anyone else heard about this? I saw this item at this site where I sometimes find some electronic music news, [url=http://www.side-line.com:]www.side-line.com:[/url] [i]Clear Channel Concerts, one of the biggest concertpromotors in the USA have plans to offer recordings of gigs right after they have taken place. Tests for this extra service will be taking place in the next few months during concerts in the Boston area. The news comes from The Boston Globe newspaper. It's said that the CD-r's will be sold for 15 US$ at gigs. The first discs should already be ready for sale 5 minutes after the end of the concert using a battery of CD-writers. Since Clear Channel Concerts is refusing to comment on the story it's not yet known how much artists will earn on this merchandise move. To be continued for sure! The image on the right will ring a bell to the die hard bootlegfans without any doubt.[/i] Anyone else hear about this? What does everyone think of it? From my point of view, seems like something of a double-edged sword. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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