I am very glad to announce that Melodiefabriek became a member of the Open Music Initiative of Berklee College of Music
Tag Archives | Creative Commons
My 7 year old daughter danced on a Lady Gaga song and asked me to film her. Now 7 years later the copyright owners demanded for a takedown at Vimeo.
The music software company Propellerhead has recently closed its forums. At the same time they released a new music collaboration service called Discover. A service that lacks a way to communicate. But how can we collaborate if we are not able to communicate?
Together with a free update to Reason, version 8.1, Propellerhead software has introduced yesterday (December 18, 2014) a new feature: Drop to Propellerhead. It is a music sharing service which makes it possible to share/exchanges music pieces you’ve created in Take, Figure or Reason with other users. Tricky part though: copyright!
This week the Disquiet Junto group is honoring Bassel Khartabil, the Syrian Creative Commons community leader who’s been in prison in Syria since March 2012. I am one of the participants in this project.
My song Cuckoo (published under a Creative Commons license) was on public radio in the Netherlands today. VPRO’s Cantina played it. Creative Commons will fill the gap ASCAP, the RIAA etc. are creating for us! How sweet 🙂 Check it out (all in Dutch): If you’re Dutch, make sure you tune-in this Thurday @ Concertzender’s […]