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I think this is an awesome idea, though it will probably be really really hard to pull off at first. But if a movement like this gained some momentum and artists starting getting creative with the value they offer, including letting people in on their process and struggles, etc., it could be a really great way to sustain an artistic lifestyle making music.

I think Amanda Palmer had a good point when she talked about "How do we let people pay us for what we do?"

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