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Free! Music! Contest 2011 Salutes Creativity and Evolution
Global contest launch this weekend to celebrate creativity in music remixes and evolution in intellectual property licensing
Allison Crowe’s posted the vocal and piano tracks for "Spiral" to ccMixter (http://ccmixter.org/
"Creative Commons is, in my opinion, the best way to license your music!
You can choose what you're most comfortable with, without someone choosing it for you - in a sense rendering it the most personalized, realistic and human way to do things - sharing art, and joining artists, all together from all around the world. That's what it's all about!
All the best with this year's Free! Music! Contest :) Can't wait to hear what happens!"
Allison Crowe is delighted and honoured to be designated Musical Patron for this year’s celebration of creativity – following previous F!M!C Patron, author, journalist and Boing Boing (http://www.boingboing.net) blogger Cory Doctorow, a prominent advocate of Creative Commons licensing, an increasingly welcome alternative to traditional copyright. (http://net.educause.edu/
Artists, academics, everyone, in today’s evolving environment, can tune in and turn on to the greater flexibility and compatibility with digital realities afforded by Creative Commons aka CC licensing.
Here’s to “The Power of Open” (http://creativecommons.org) Prost!
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Management of Canadian musician Allison Crowe and her label, Rubenesque Records Ltd - celebrating 10 years of creativity and independence.