If you guys really want to get some info on this I suggest looking up past panels on the subject at www.sfmusictech.com - I've sat through a lot of sessions discussing it.
Key thing with her and this process - it was NEVER going to benefit her because the licensing is done so much differently. And that is because you can charge more for a physical product than a digital one. If they tried the same all streaming sites would fail. The capital just doesn't exist, but I agree with John Popper on this one - the industry model relies WAY too much on source material sales. Artists returning to touring as the soul source of income and using those services/sales as a marketing tool, not the income tool would be a good turn. But now the industry is all about licensing - what commercials/movies/tv can they get their music in for added revenue.
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