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misharnet
Music is no longer something that belongs only to the great music industry.
Authorizations are something that really keeps artists in a position to create in a most appropriate ways, but Internet is a reality and we can not ban people any more to explore songs and music in a various ways.Some of the performers recognized that and they're already let people having their own music for free from the Internet.
Why couldn't someone start a really big music social network,like music facebook, and let authors and performers from all around the world exchange their own works freely!
deanhills
misharnet wrote:
Music is no longer something that belongs only to the great music industry.
Authorizations are something that really keeps artists in a position to create in a most appropriate ways, but Internet is a reality and we can not ban people any more to explore songs and music in a various ways.Some of the performers recognized that and they're already let people having their own music for free from the Internet.
Why couldn't someone start a really big music social network,like music facebook, and let authors and performers from all around the world exchange their own works freely!
There's be copy right issues right from the start. I'm almost certain many people have thought about it, and the closest they probably got was YouTube. But every now and then when you click on a show, YouTube will come up with a message that the show has been withdrawn because of that reason.
standready
Actually, an independent artist can offer their 'original' works for free anytime online simply by using their own website and promoting the link. We have one (Josso) here on Frihost that has done just that. He covered all the copyrights issues on his site.
Now, if an artist is signed to a label, then it is a whole other story because the label wants the sales and money that goes with sales.
deanhills
standready wrote:
Actually, an independent artist can offer their 'original' works for free anytime online simply by using their own website and promoting the link. We have one (Josso) here on Frihost that has done just that. He covered all the copyrights issues on his site.
Now, if an artist is signed to a label, then it is a whole other story because the label wants the sales and money that goes with sales.
OK. I get it now. I was thinking along the lines of being able to include all artists but this would be for artists who want to be part of the network and aren't signed to labels. That would exclude a lot of music though wouldn't it?
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