By "I'd be lucky to break even", I mean I would pay each musician royalties for every song used AND I'd probably pay each musician a percentage of each cassette sold.
Cassettes with jewel cases and J-cards are also kind of expensive (maybe $3.50 US for a single cassette).
Also a good cover art would have to be commissioned because I can't draw.
aren't you too young to fiddle with audio cassettes ? 🤔
How didi you come to like them ? 👀
>aren't you too young to fiddle with audio cassettes?
Kind of, I was around to see the death of cassettes at least.
My family had cassettes when I was growing up, so my siblings and I would play or record songs on them. When cassettes and VHS started to die out, they were usually cheap, which was good!
I do still like analog audio, though. When everything's digital, it's all made of the same stuff, but vinyl/cassettes are very unique, distinguished formats.
That is to say, the mere fact that the format has nothing to do with computers is refreshing in a world where nearly everything is digital!
Maybe I'm just a hipster 😅
maybe you re bit, yes 😁
that' s good though
I have a few fond memories with cassettes 😁
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