General Information about free net audio and music
The music featured on this website is mostly released under Creative Commons
licenses. To get more info about this way of licensing, please visit the Creative Commons
website. For example, some artists are releasing their music or art under Creative Commons
to get known to public in another, more direct way than ‘usual’ releases.
Please feel free to download and share (It’s all about sharing…) all featured releases. Please notice: some of the releases have some restriction on usage in commercial or other works. Have a look on the tags in the mp3, the release notes or the label website for any details and information regarding the specific conditions of copyright/left.
Is this legal?
Yes, free sharing and distribution of content under a Creative Commons
license is legal. You can download, use and share content depending on which Creative Commons license was chosen by the artist or author. Mostly you’ll find the license on the download pages.
How to download music?
Sometimes it’s possible to prelisten the tracks, some netlabels and resources distribute only zip-files – in that case prelistening isn’t possible. Download is easy than prelisten, ctrl-click or right mouseclick on the selected track, than save as…
Is the featured music really free?
Yes. There is no hook. But if you like the music and want to give the artist some tribute, please use the paypal-donate button on most netlabel artist websites to help them to hold on to their work. They have chosen this alternative way to promote or distribute their creative output.
I am an author who likes to review music. Can i become a reviewer?
Why not? Our mission is to popularize Creative Commons and copyleft published music. Therefore we couldn’t be enough. Please contact us in this issue.
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Please upgrade your browser or try a more contemporary browser like firefox or safari.
I am new to rss feeds and feedreader software. Where can i get more information about feedreader?
A good starting point to get some information and facts about rss feedreader is the aggregator/feedreader site at wikipedia.org. A list of feedreaders you’ll find at: Feed Readers at the Open Directory Project.
I want to leave a comment. What to do?
Click on the comment button below the article which you want to comment. There you can leave your comment. To avoid massive spam, the comment area is moderated. Due to that it can take a bit time until your comment is visible online.
Streaming of some tracks doesn’t work and even downloading fails or doesn’t start. What to do?
Most netlabel tracks are hosted by www.archive.org or www.scene.org . There are huge servers which are sometimes very slow due to heavy traffic or even offline for maintenance. In most cases the best way is to check back a few hours later.
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