Since the recent Twitch copyright crackdown, more of you have been choosing my music for your streams – and that’s great! However, today I’ve received reports of claims against streams using particular library tracks. As Twitch and Facebook use the same fingerprinting service (Audible Magic), Facebook videos are also affected. So, I wanted to highlight which tracks are affected, and what’s being done about it.
Everyone has a story. I have a library of my own cinematic original music – released under CC-BY 4.0 – to help you tell that story, in whatever format you tell it. Oh, and it’s free – just as long as you credit me.
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Interested in seeing how I make my music? I stream three days a week, composing music in all genres from epic orchestral to ambient pop. Follow me over at twitch.tv/musoscientific.
I write music – mostly because I can’t stop myself. I’m also a postdoctoral researcher at SLU (Sweden), researching nitrogen fluxes in soil.
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