DRM: Doesn’t Really Matter

It’s no secret that folks looking to pick up some new tunes would like to avoid DRM at all costs, but instead of seeing CD sales skyrocket, there’s simply been a general decrease across the board in the whole “music buying scene.” – Darren Murph, Engadget

If I buy CDs these days, it’s directly from the artist. It’s far more likely that I’ll just give my favorite artist a few bucks. Oh, and then there’s this whole DRM-free podcasting-thing.

One thought on “DRM: Doesn’t Really Matter

  1. I think Darren is making a poor assumption thinking that those that don’t want DRM would consider buying a $20 CD as the easier alternative.

    People will just download it for free or from a russian site or from eMusic or the like.

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