[cc-licenses] sampling + 1.0 and remix competition, with prize for winner
zotz at 100jamz.com
Wed Jul 5 16:02:35 EDT 2006
On Wednesday 05 July 2006 12:22 pm, Nova Christopher wrote:
> Electronic musicians will have software to produce
> with, yes... in rare cases, some still only use
> hardware synths and sequencers. This is all a bit off
> the original topic, but, to clarify... not every
> electronic musician has every software program out
> there. I think the idea would be to offer different
> prizes for the winner to choose from.
> Any thoughts on the "prize" as it relates to "monetary
Here is my thought on the issue...
If you are promoting the commons it would be good to also promote Free
software. So, I do not think giving non-Free software is a good idea.
To my mind, Free Software, Free Content, and Free formats can and should
complement each other. I think that unless we make a point to do this
wherever and whenever we can, we are shooting ourselves in the foot.
> --- Ben McLean <mclean.ben at gmail.com> wrote:
> > re: [cc-licenses] sampling + 1.0 and remix
> > competition, with prize for winner
> > The latest version of FruityLoops is $99. But, if
> > they submit remixes,
> > doesn't that imply that they already HAVE music
> > software?
all the best,
(da idea man)
Record a song and you might win $1,000.00
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