Steve Jobs, who has done more for the music industry in this era of high tech elevator music than any of that moribund indutry’s own executives, had this to say on their pricing of digital downloads:
“If they want to raise the prices, it means that they are getting greedy,” Jobs said. “If the price goes up, (consumers) will go back to piracy, and everybody loses.”
Including Apple, obviously. But what he says makes sense.