I still need to listen to the music ... I just listened to
and I like it
. I'm twisted to "generation x punk-rock-cross-over" and
"free jazz", resp. hardbop etc. ... however that be, SST like stuff.
Anyway, I'm interested in
Personal Music Licence v1.0
This music is provided for your personal use, not for resale. You may
make verbatim copies of it, distribute it in any medium, and play it
in public as long as you do not charge money for doing so.
You must preserve the artist name and title of the music with any
copies of the music that you distribute, and make a copy of this
licence available with the music.
Commercial distribution, commercial public performance, sampling,
remixing and derivative versions are strictly prohibited without the
artist's explicit consent. The artist asserts copyright on this music,
and that the music contains no unauthorised copyrighted material.
Is it a capable licence? And is the CC a capable licence?
What does "derivative versions" mean? If I would like to publish a
non-commercial interpretation and I name the composer(s). Isn't it
allowed? If so, IMO it would be stupid.
I'm against GEMA etc., but e.g. a friend, Achim Jaroschek did release
music by GEMA, e.g. "Subtil Twister" Achim and Peter Brötzmann. I wonder
if there are "cool" licenses for commercial musicians who aren't
Please everybody, if you know links or have information about capable
I guess for my self, I won't pay my rent by making music, CC should be
ok, I just wish to avoid that capitalists do bad things, e.g. usage for
commercials. But I guess I don't really need protection, because I'm a
nobody and advertisings are done using music from Hendrix, The Beatles etc..
Anyway, I do know the webpage of CC, but not if it's really a capable
licence. And are there any or other capable licenses, but GEMA and Co.?
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