Andrew Ducker (andrewducker) wrote,
Andrew Ducker
andrewducker

I need to know how you consume your music

In the last month I have

bought Vinyl
4(1.9%)
bought a CD
41(19.5%)
bought an MP3 (or other music file)
40(19.0%)
paid for a streaming service (Spotify, etc)
36(17.1%)
paid for radio
3(1.4%)
paid for live performance
37(17.6%)
paid for something else
3(1.4%)
not paid for music in any form
46(21.9%)

In the last month I have listened to music from

vinyl
11(2.9%)
CD
57(14.8%)
an MP3 (or other music file)
92(24.0%)
a streaming service (Spotify, etc)
91(23.7%)
the radio
70(18.2%)
a live performance
48(12.5%)
something else
11(2.9%)
I haven't listened to music in the last month
4(1.0%)

The last piece of music I listened to was from

vinyl
0(0.0%)
CD
15(10.9%)
an MP3 (or other music file)
43(31.4%)
a streaming service (Spotify, etc)
50(36.5%)
the radio
21(15.3%)
a live performance
4(2.9%)
something else
4(2.9%)
I have never heard any music, ever
0(0.0%)


(To be clear, if you buy music electronically by the track then that's a music file, if you buy it electronically for access to a huge library then that's streaming. So YouTube counts as streaming. Anything else I'll make a judgement call on as we go.)

Oh, and inspired by this article, which says that only 14% of people pay to stream music. And 1/4 buy CDs, but 2/3 of those are over 40.
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