Today, the Erik Satie record was approved for digital distribution and will go on sale March 10 as originally planned.
I will create a new page for "Discography" with links to my CD Baby store where it can be purchased as a download or as a CD for those of you who still want to be retro and use physical media. It will also be available for download on iTunes, Amazon and other .mp3 stores, as well as steamed through services like Spotify. The price for the .mp3 version will be $9.99 and the physical CDs will be sold for $11.99 (with a 20% discount for those who buy in bulk such as retailers). Bear in mind, these are the prices I set through CD Baby, and some sites have their own pricing systems that may exceed what I chose, or be offered for a little less.
I can't thank the people at CD Baby enough for helping me with a lot of the questions I had regarding the release of public domain classical music. The responses were detailed, fast and reliable, and this would have suffered so many delays if not for their customer service team.
Now, I'm moving onto the finishing up Earwig Rising. I still have to prepare the artwork, graphic design, register copyrights and register this one with ASCAP since it's all original material. All the audio work has been completed for a few months now, having finished mastering around Thanksgiving, so it's all about the look and legalities. I'm aiming for a late June or early July release so it comes out when all the big summer dance tunes make their appearance.