Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 23rd Nov 2008 23:59 UTC
Multimedia, AV I am personally a big proponent behind the idea of the Creative Commons movement, which tries to create a free-er multimedia society where listeners, users and remixers build upon original works and freely exchange that information. The Creative Commons culture features the biggest amount of free music (22,000+ high quality albums), it's easy to find, and they usually have the right license for the job (ported to the legal systems of most countries). In other words, it's your best bet to find a music piece that will fit your video without potential legal consequences.
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Excellent Article
by REM2000 on Mon 24th Nov 2008 09:49 UTC
REM2000
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2006-07-25

CC resources are excellent and few people seem to know of them. They are handy for video work, however ive found them also useful when doing presentations using keynote, sometimes having a good musical intro piece really warms the audience up and give the presentation a flair.

By far my fravourite musical CC content has to be Nine Inch Nail's Ghosts, mostly instrument and are pretty diverse and useful for a great many things.

Once again excellent article.

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Too broad.
by JMcCarthy on Mon 24th Nov 2008 10:13 UTC
JMcCarthy
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2005-08-12

This was a decent article, I think it highlights the problem when people simply refer to works being creative commons though.

CC-ND and CC-NC are non-free licenses, worlds apart from CC-SA, and CC-BY.

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