How do you listen to music?

Posted by: admin on March 17, 2009 @ 10:59 am
Filed under: Greenleaf Music News, Music, Music Technology

Our community here at Greenleaf has always and continues to shape what we do. Our store, FLAC files, our subscriber system were all developed with support and feedback from you. In the past, we’ve received emails. If you’d like to drop us a line, don’t hesitate. We always love hearing from you.

Below is a link to a very short (4 question) survey we’ve developed in hopes of understanding more how you listen to music. Specifically, we’re gauging interest in vinyl production. With enough requests, we might just press a few from our catalog.

Please take a second to answer the 4 questions. And feel free to pass on comments. Results to follow.



View Survey (new tab)

UPDATE :: Poll Results as of March 20th available in link below


Poll Results :: March 20th


How do you most listen to music?
Q1

If given the option to buy a new album you wanted, which format would be your preference?
Q2

Which media format do you most listen to?
Q3

Do you think CDs are going extinct?
Q4

3 Comments

  1. First set of poll results are up. Interesting that the majority of people prefer to purchase CDs, but the vast majority think they are going extinct.

    Hmmm…

    Comment by Jim — March 20, 2009 @ 12:55 pm

  2. I answered the poll, and the majority of my listening is via cd, closely followed by iPod. And while when I REALLY want a release for permanence, my first choice is CD, I also listen to & purchase vinyl. I would be all for Greenleaf vinyl releases, provided they came with a free mp3 download.

    Comment by Lou — March 24, 2009 @ 9:54 pm

  3. Thanks for the thoughts, Lou.

    And yes, if we do decide to do a vinyl pressing, we’ll most definitely offer a download free of charge with purchase. Not everyone has a USB turntable. I’m actually looking around for the best one available right now.

    Comment by Jim — March 25, 2009 @ 10:25 am

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