How album track order affects digital music consumption

News: 6th December 2012 by Louise Dodgson under Record Labels, Recording & Production

Much consideration is given by artists and record labels over the order of album tracks to create an overall flow and theme to an album. However, new discoveries into digital music consumption have revealed that the order of tracks can have a large effect on how much they are played via streaming services. Research suggests that the earlier a track appears on an album, the more it will be streamed; a worthwhile consideration for where potential hits are placed on your finished album. Read on via the link below to find out more...

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