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Kevin Breuner


With the new album pricing, eMusic pays out as follows.

1. Albums with 1-11 songs pays the individual download payout X #tracks
2. Albums with 12-more songs pay the individual download payout X 11

So in your case, the album with 12 tracks was paying out the same as an 11 track album. As for your question of rate increase verses payout, that would be something for eMusic to address. Let me know if you have any other questions!

David Harrell

Thanks Kevin!

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