While most artists would like to make a little money off their recordings to keep their tour van on the road or to fund their next release, many new acts are using Bandcamp to distribute their demos or studio recordings via the "name your price" option. Since April 2009, fans have had the option to literally name any price, donating as they see fit, or in most cases, having free, legal downloads for their listening pleasure. Others set a price for individual tracks, often $2 or less, or for entire albums, normally with a minimum price in the $8 to $12 range. That's usually less than CD or vinyl copies and is a viable option for listeners only wanting to upload the tracks to their phone or MP3 player. But is it smarter to set your own price, or let the fans dictate what your music's worth? Read on.