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Author Topic: DJ Omnimaga's music (with new 2017 song releases :D)  (Read 13019 times)

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Re: DJ Omnimaga's music (with new 2017 song releases :D)
« Reply #75 on: November 14, 2017, 05:28:33 am »
Just to let you know, while my sales aren't high, this year, I have just hit a record high amount of revenues on Bandcamp, the previous record dating back in 2012. That's despite the drastic price drop for my individual releases and the entire discography purchase promotion, meaning that a lot of people seems to like Bandcamp's Humble-bundle-style Pay-what-you-want feature (I think someone paid $10 for one track once, a few years ago, even though you could get the entire album for free at the time).

The amount of individual sales I got is still lower than in 2012 and 2013, but 7 of them were the entire discography being purchased at once at nearly half the price, so technically 2017 is a record in terms of purchases too, since the discography had 13 releases. The following includes track and full album purchases, but with the "entire discography" purchases of 2017 split into separate albums.

Bandcamp purchases:
2011: 5
2012: 12
2013: 49
2014: 26
2015: 9
2016: 4
2017: 101

iTunes, Zune and other distribution site purchases:
2012: 70
2013: 142
2014: 77
2015: 16
« Last Edit: November 14, 2017, 03:28:28 pm by xlibman »
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