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Small-scale tiered pricing models

May 20, 2009

geoff edgers

Guest blogger Scott writes:

As technology has enabled increased efforts by musicians to sort customers by willingness to pay, it’s no surprise that people would be developing Web sites to bring those tools to smaller-scale creative projects. Kickstarter came to my attention when my friend Eric started a non-music-related project there, but musical projects are well-represented, unsurprisingly: you can also support the editing for a documentary about The Kinks (which I’d already heard about – it’s getting local press), for example, or you can buy a Creative Commons-licensed album on vinyl. Or, if it’s more your thing, you can support creative begging. According to Eric, there are still some minor process issues, but the developers are in the process of working out, well, The Kinks.

MP3: The Kinks – Low Budget [buy]

One comment

  1. […] an earlier post about Kickstarter, I gave the example of how the producers of a documentary about The Kinks were […]



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