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The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard, Future of Music Coalition, Creative Commons, Tiffany Camhi, Michael Davison, David van Dokkum, Tommy Engelhardt, Marcus Estes, Michael Feldheim, Ian Frazier, Ken Garson, Dylan Going, Greg Harrison, Austin Julian, Greg Klass, Matt Kruglinksi, Wendy M Levy, David Lorenz, Matt Marando, Markian Martynetz, Pranay Nadkarni, Graham Nalle, Irene Rible, Nayelli Rodriguez, Nat Roe, Marcel Rudin, Caleb Townsend, Jen Vafidis, and Alex Yockey.Initial funding for The Free Music Archive came from the New York State Music Fund, a program of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.The Free Music Archive is a continuation of that purpose, designed for the age of the internet. Every MP3 you discover on The Free Music Archive is pre-cleared for certain types of uses that would otherwise be prohibited by copyright laws that were not designed for the digital era.These uses vary and are determined by the rights-holders themselves (please see our FAQ) who feel that allowing a degree of free cultural access is beneficial not only to their own pursuits, but to our society as a whole.

Inspired by Creative Commons and the open source software movement, the FMA provides a legal and technological framework for curators, artists, and listeners to harness the potential of music sharing.

Continue reading → Read Full Entry Dear Freesounders, Remember when we discussed about the future sustainability of Freesound almost two years back?

We mentioned back then that we would keep you updated about the status of the sustainability of Freesound, including general information about the donations …

At the risk of sounding very dramatic, I would like to point out that summer is almost over. Which means it’s practically winter and basically 2020. Anyway, 2019 has given us some incredible music, so let’s take a quick minute to appreciate all the songs you haven’t been able to stop listening to this year.

(And if you haven’t heard them...it’s probably time to stop listening to the same playlist you’ve been beating to death since 2017.

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