[linux-audio-user] [ot] Is DJ-ing commercial use of music tracks?

Jan Depner eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Mon Jan 26 11:32:57 EST 2004

Have you looked at the Open Music green, yellow, red, and rainbow



On Mon, 2004-01-26 at 10:10, Mark Constable wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 01:29 am, Daniel James wrote:
> > http://mondodesigno.com/music/pml.html
> >
> > For commercial use, you have to ask permission of the artist (this
> > could be through a representative of course). It's then up to the
> > artist if they want to charge a royalty or not.
> Thanks for the link but this doesn't cut the mustard for me...
>  The licence doesn't prohibit music files being released on
>  CD compilations, or used in some other commercial context -
>  as long as the artist gives their consent, negotiating a
>  royalty where appropriate. In this age of email, it
>  shouldn't be difficult to track down the artist to ask them.
> No way, too hit and miss to make timely contact with the 
> copyright holder. I want a license that explicitly allows
> royalty-free performance and redistribution of (my) material 
> under three conditions...
>  . full attribution for the author/copyright holder
>  . derivative works only under the same license (GPLish)
>  . direct sale of the material has to be negotiated
> I'll take the punt that the unencumbered reproduction of my 
> material, as long as my name is associated with it, will more 
> than make up for any debased fiscal payment managed thru a 
> 3rd party that has nothing to do with myself or the listener.
> Think free advertising and near zero marketting costs !
> It's very close to this license but with some specific mention
> of royalty free performance and redistribution...
>  http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/1.0/
> --markc

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