SAPPHIRE Member since Nov 2003


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Location: New Zealand

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Posted:As you know I am putting together a poi/staff/glowstick/swinging/twirling compilation video. I would like to get together a list of good "copyright free" music for people to perform to. Please post suggestions here.Alternatively if you make your own sounds which are possibly suitable send me an email.Thanks in Advance
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the henna lady
Location: WNY, USA

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Posted:Malcolm,I don't know what the laws are in Australia but I know that the US has public domain laws, which means that after a set number of years the ownership of music and such goes to the public, where anyone can use or perform it. You might want to look into it.Are there copyrights on tribal music? I thought that because it is a hand-me-down nature that it might not have the regulations upon in which also might be worth looking into.Best of Luck and can't wait to see what you come up with.------------------Pele Higher, higher burning fire...making music like a choir...

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Location: Kansas City, MO USA

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Posted:Check some of the electronica artists on alot of them are willing to allow use of their music, just to get there name out. What kind of music are you looking for? I play a number of instruments(didge, bass guitar, drum machine...), if you wanted I could lay down some generic riffs. I'm by no means a pro at anything, I just like to fool around with them, but given the time, I may be able to come up with something.-PSM

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