Well, hmmmm. They can't find everything out there, the show isn't listed in
any podcast directories. When you crossfade, it isn't able to be done where
you could automatically cut the songs and get no garbage in it, but the hit
test and stuff is probably fair use if under so much time per song. Adam's
probably just being more on the cautious side, but I love mashups.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Gary Wood" <k8hlx@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 12:58 PM
Subject: Re: Playing Music on your Podcasts!
Hi Steve. Agreed! So what happens with the Mosen Explosion podcasts, and we download them from iPodder, or another podcatcher? It would seem a better idea for recording companies to ad a surcharge to blank CD's or any media that you can record on! It sounds like a better idea that the bilge that the RIA occasionally spouts! But I did hear something about the courts not allowing companies to add surcharges to blank CD's or other blank media that we might use! Now I don't have any solution to downloading to a harddrive. Just my thoughts!
----- Original Message ----- From: "Steve Holmes" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, November 09, 2005 1:37 PM
Subject: Playing Music on your Podcasts!
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This is really important news! I know some of you may have dropped Adam Curry's Daily Source code but he makes a *VERY IMPORTANT* announce or should I say some very revealing comments that could impact all of us as podcasters. I suggest all of you take a listen to his show #275; it came out on Nov 7th but I just caught up with him this morning. Apparently, these greedy record companies started threatening him over the weekend so he is basically curtailing the playing of *ANY* non podsafe music. This includes mashups, back tracks podcast samples, "The Hit Test," etc. He suggests that all us podcasters be careful out there and stay away from any RIAA controled music.
It just goes to show, the RIAA and international counterparts will stop at nothing and thank God, we have an alternative source for fine music. These RIAA idiots are so stupid! You'd think if a podcaster would play music on their shows, that it would be free advertising for the artist and for their greedy shareholders. Anyway, podcasters, beware.
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