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markhosler at bellsouth.net
Tue May 10 03:33:15 EDT 2005
> From: Sam Stephens <sam at postmoderncore.com>
> Date: 2005/05/09 Mon PM 08:12:04 EDT
> To: cc-sampling at lists.ibiblio.org
> Subject: [cc-sampling] attribution
> It's great to see that there's CC licenses to allow sampling, and no
> surprise to see Negativland behind it.
> I notice that all the licenses require attribution though - however I
> think it'd be nice to have a license that allows people to sample
> without attribution.
I agree! I was never totally comfortable with making this a "rule". In general, in our own work we try to
list who we sample from, but I think it really ought to be a personal ( and encouraged) preference, but
not a pre-requsite to using this licence.
And we also have the same practical probelm where we simply dont know wher eall our material
Certainly I have pieces where if I attributed every
> sample I used, it'd take longer than actually having put the piece
> together. Also there I some I've done that I simply couldn't attribute
> now because I don't know where the samples came from. So I'm thinking
> it's probably hypocritical to license this stuff requiring Attribution.
> (In fact, possibly some of it I can't legally license, but nevermind).
> I found it somewhat hypocritical when I saw the Beastie Boys had put
> their track on the Wired CD ( http://creativecommons.org/wired/ ) under
> the Noncommercial Sampling Plus license. Didn't they make their money
> and name commercially sampling stuff without attribution?
> postmoderncore website (w/ mp3s & art)
> dadashopping.net - art and words
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