Well, there is one way around this whole thing. you could either play music
made by a personal friend that you know for a fact is ok to play, take
Andre Louis for example? He offers up a lot of his music for free download.
In fact I've heard it played on Shane Jackson's podcasts and was pleased to
see it getting more exposure. Either that, or the other way around this
whole issue is to just do a talk based podcast and skip the whole music
thing altogether. That way the RIAA or whatever equivilant can't sue you
because technically you haven't broken any copyrights. Unless using your
own voice is? Hell, maybe they'll try to sue you for the amount of words
you used during a particular podcast, or convince the government to tax the
air you used to breathe while you recorded. Man, this is starting to sound
like lyrics to Taxman by the Beatles, which Ironically you can't play on a
At 08:56 PM 11/9/2005, you wrote:
Well I just don't get it. It would seem that if one is talking through a bit of music and it's not the whole song anyway, what's the big deal? Guess I just need to sit at my keyboard and write some.
-----Original Message----- From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Brent Harding Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 9:33 PM To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Playing Music on your Podcasts!
I always wondered where stations ended up getting all this music from anyways? Some switch formats every year or so, and one would think ripping disks, even when they obtain them from amazon.com or wherever would be a task that would still be in progress. Are computer CD-Rom changers out there that just rip one after another, or is CD ripping a profession one could get into to make a little side cash, heh?
----- Original Message ----- From: "Debbie Hazelton" <healinghands4u@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: <blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 8:11 PM Subject: RE: Playing Music on your Podcasts!
> Well damn! I wish I could figure out garageband.com. I want good, easy > to > access music and I like it in several places in podcasts. > > > -----Original Message----- > From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > [mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Steve Holmes > Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 3:53 PM > To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Re: Playing Music on your Podcasts! > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: RIPEMD160 > > When I buy blank CD's, I make sure *NOT* to buy "music CD's." I stick > exclusively to data type CD's. I was told the music CD's collect the > extra > premium for the greedy RIAA thugs over there. > > I'm sure Adam is being extremely causes now. After all, it was his phone > and his e-mail that was being targetted by these worthless entities and > they > apparently have enough clout to do some real damage. > So he is "back lashing" away from RIAA and similar interests. > On Wed, Nov 09, 2005 at 11:37:05AM -0800, FrankLizarde wrote: >> Yes they do. >> Any blank recording media that you buy is paying royalties to the R I A >> A. >> All that is utterly dumb! >> If they would stop having these giant budgets for there artist's >> spoiled brattyness, CD prices wouldn't be so high. >> That's one of the reasons that people have resorted to pirated music. >> I can't say I could blame them all that much! >> If some of us could record a CD with about a 1000 dollar budget, why >> can't they do one with, lets say a 10000, or 20000 dollar budget. >> Some times they spend 1000000 dollars or more, and the band or artist >> isn't worth a dam! >> Don't get me started! > > - -- > HolmesGrown Solutions > The best solutions for the best price! > http://ld.net/?holmesgrown > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- > Version: GnuPG v1.2.7 (GNU/Linux) > > iD8DBQFDcmGwWSjv55S0LfERAx5iAJ9u4ucWpaC9uHp1HQagqvjHgtIiIQCfQiYD > vGU7iBS7U3cnc450LMqlgnY= > =3al4 > -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- > > >