Originally Posted by SteveEisenberg
The correct prediction would have been that the ratio of the live performance price to the recording price was going to skyrocket. Before recording compact tape cassettes became popular in the late 1960's, a broadway original cast album cost more than a broadway balcony ticket. Now -- mid-week -- the live performance costs maybe ten times more, pricing out the middle class.
Are you claiming that music piracy has affected the price of a Broadway show versus the price of an original cast album? If you are, I'd like to know what evidence you have for that claim.