The CRJs have not issued a public version of their ruling as yet, but this notice gives the headline rates.
This appears to mean that the mechanical for “physical phonorecords” and permanent downloads has been frozen since 2009 and will remain frozen until 2022. “Physical phonorecords” are CDs and vinyl and permanent downloads is iTunes. These configurations are not nothing and are still about $800 million industry wide in the US alone for the first half of 2017 alone. And while its declining, that’s still a lot of songs.