Mr Smiles Esquire
martin_e said:Absolutely. The GPL allows ANYONE to use, reproduce and modify the source code - as long as they agree that they cannot re-release the package unless it's also under the GPL.
With music it's the Creative Commons Licence which would apply.
The Creative Commons Licence is available to look at here:
Clear defined - nice answer. thank you - no more questions from me...
Personally I spend to much time burried in mysticism and synthesis science to be worried about Copyrights... And when it comes down to it . You can all call me an ass for that fact aswell.
JPsychodelicacy said:But you don't need to have a physical product to distribute music any more - this is why the current music industry is a dangerous anachronism sucking the life out of artists who are potentially good, and why it needs to be destroyed.
sounds like the bank --- "you don't need to have to have money onhand... to borrow it out, as-long as the people withdrawing loans agree to pay percentages of what wasn't there in the first place. . sorry for going a bit off-topic...