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Barbara Taylor's List: Music downloads

  • About this list

    Music like other creations is copyrighted when it is produced, meaning the creator/musician has the right to decide how the music can be used - by whom, under what circumstances, etc. The first link below takes you to my list of bookmarks about creative commons to help you understand how music and other works may be licensed.

    The remaining links take you to websites that offer music you can freely use - permission is already granted provided you credit the creator and link back to the original source.

  • Understanding Creative Commons

  • Sources of downloadable music

  • Apr 06, 10

    "All music you'll find here is free, meaning that it is available for you to download at no cost. What else you're allowed to do with the music varies depending on the license that's associated with each track...The majority of FMA's artists use CC [creative commons] licenses to comprehensibly express the kind of permission they want to give."

  • Sep 06, 11

    "dig.ccmixter is devoted to helping you find that great music, all of which is liberally licensed under a Creative Commons license so you already have permission to use this music in your video, podcast, school project, personal music player, or where ever… We even have several 1,000 tracks that already have permission to use in commercial projects for free."

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