[cc-community] CC license for download music
zotz at 100jamz.com
Sun Jun 1 19:19:18 EDT 2008
On Sunday 01 June 2008 14:39:05 Terry Hancock wrote:
> drew Roberts wrote:
> >> Universally in the music industry recordings have one set of copyrights
> >> and compositions another.
> > Sure, but I don't see how I can license a recording of one of my songs
> > BY-SA and not have the underlying composition be BY-SA as well, or if I
> > could, I don't see how it would make any practical difference.
> The original composition could be licensed By (or another non-copyleft
> free license). Then one performance might be By or By-SA, but another
> might be released under a more restrictive license.
Right, you are correct and I was not clear at all I see. What I was getting at
is trying to have the underlying composition ARR and release the
recording "only" BY-SA. And the comment about a practical difference is key
> Alternatively, the original composition could be dual-licensed, so that
> the By-SA track uses it under a By-SA license, while the
> restrictively-licensed performance licenses it under a separate license.
> Finally, of course, if you are the owner of the By-SA-licensed original
> compositions, *you* are free to make non-free derivatives (which is
> really just a special case of the dual-license case).
Right, as I aid, the case I was considering was trying to not allow BY-SA's
freedoms on the underlying composition while allowing them for the
> Seems quite feasible to me.
Does that seem feasible in any way to you. And thanks for helping me to
clarify my thought there. Sloppy of me.
all the best,
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