With copyright being somewhat of a grey area for most, Creative Commons makes it easy to for artists distribute works without the hideous, invisible red tape attached.
In an attempt to allow wider use of my music, I’m adopting a Creative Commons license to make it clear how it can be used.
Breaking the drought, I bring you a new piece – ‘Machinery of the Stars’, inspired by a Deviantart piece by ‘alexiuss’.
When music becomes a job – what happens to the music? No wonder ‘real’ musicians never make any money…
The inevitability of putting your own music up on the net for people to use for free (under certain conditions), is that people eventually use your music in something. It happens reasonably frequently, so I’ve decided: If you’ve got a project that uses my music – tell me and I’ll post about it!
Sites like YouTube and Vimeo have given filmmakers the world over the chance to showcase their filmmaking abilities to the masses. But I gotta tell ya folks, there are plenty of you out there that illegally use music in the process. Here’s a few reasons why you should acquire music for your next project ‘legally’.