If I have a song played by a orchestra but was composed by Bach?
dose that make it copyright free, and I could use it in a YouTube video and make a profit without any problems. Also these songs were purchased on iTunes.
It would be copyrighted by the performer so no, you cannot use it on Youtube. What you bought from iTunes was a license for your won personal use not a license to broadcast or distribute it.
There is a lot of music in the public domain – which you can use any way you want – and in creative commons libraries. Creative commons work does have licensing but it’s usually far more permissive than copyright. For example, the license may say you cannot use the music commercially or you must give accreditation.
How can I create music clips from a certain song?
Can someone please help me how to create a music clip from a song. I am music student and I have to write a 1000 word essay about classical music (due tomorrow April 18, so I am working really hard tonight). I have the original cd and all I wanted is to have a part of the song extracted, so that I can use it as an example. And also I would like to put this extracted music to a new blank cd.
I’ll deeply appreciate anykind of help.
Thank you very much.
First, import the song from your CD into any sound format, .wav, .mp3, etc. Then use a free program, like Goldwave (link below), to import the song file into. From Goldwave, you can cut portions, edit, etc. And save the clips as a separate sound file.
how has music technology affected the development of musicals?
does anyone know any websites or information on how technology has helped developed musicals?
The limitations of new technology can define how musicians and producers are structure their work. In the era of 78rpm records, the maximum running time per side was about 4 minutes 20 seconds, ideal for shorter marches and other popular songs but poorly suited to opera or long-form classical music.
Early recording sessions were very intimidating for vocalists, even the most seasoned divas; for novice musicians, they remain scary places for singers even today. In the early 20th centure, recording studios housed enormous horns into which singers and players were required essentially to yell to overcome the surface noice of early discs. The tonal quality of certain performers, most notibly Italian tenor Enrico Caruso, translated well onto the new medium, and as a result his albums sold extremely well world-wide.
Later on, 33 1/3 rpm long-play albums (LPs) allowed much longer durations, allowing symphonies to be released on 1 or 2 discs instead of 8 or more.
For musicians, recording brought with it the opportunity for listeners to scrutinize their performances more closely than ever before, especially any mistakes in their timing and intonation: this had the consequence of instilling doubt into some performer’s heads. In Katz’s book, he argues that recording may have inspired violinists to begin using more vibrato on recordings, both to demonstrate passion or drama (since the visual cues from a live performance were not available on record) as well as to help conceal any tuning issues.
In hip hop, the turntable is used as musical instrument, ushering in the notion of quoting or “sampling” the works of other artists, both as homage and criticism. And the digital revolution changed music (and the music business) enormously: compact discs, with no surface noise and an extended run time of 80 minutes, revitalized record sales. Later on, however, digital technology inspired the process of file sharing, allowing users to share mp3 files for free.
“The future is unwritten.” Whatever lies ahead for listeners and musicians is unknown; the only guarantee is that, however you listen to music now, it will likely be vastly different in the near future
Are there any safe free downloading music/movie sites?
Like Limewire, except you can’t get caught for downloading music?
Also, is one song 99 cents on iTunes?
Please do not use “Limewire”, “Bearshare” or any other p2p networks. Although their progs aren’t illegal, most of the shared contents are, and quite a few of the files are virus-infested too. I’m a big music fan myself and have collected lots of links over the past couple of years which allow free and LEGAL downloads. A few are listed below…
Http://www.blues.at/site/home.htm — austrian site with links to Band sites with Blues, Blues-Rock, Funk, Soul etc.
Http://amiright.com/ —parodies of popular titles, misheard lyrics, artists and their original names, message board, daily updates!
Http://www.aprilwinchell.com/ — Blog of a Radio-djane, containing many funny .mp3 parodies (especially interesting: the x-mas-funnies.mp3s…;-)), also crazy music videos.
Http://www.woodsongs.com/showlist.asp — The biggest archive worldwide for acoustic-music. Radio-shows can be downloaded free of charge a couple of days after they are aired.
Http://www.turtleservices.com/ — restored albums of the Roaring Twenties can be downloaded as .mp3s.
Http://aquariumdrunk.blogspot.com/ — music blog with daily updated .mp3-download-stream.
Http://www.soundclick.com/pro/view/03/default.cfm?BandID=106366 – Irish drinking songs, more than 30 may be downloaded
http://www.therogues.com/sound/ – bagpipe music
http://breizhpartitions.free.fr/de/mp3.php – bagpipe music
http://drumhop.com/ – traditional native american music and handicrafts
http://www.nin.com/ – Nine Inch Nails
http://elearning.hfmt-hamburg.de/links/musikiminternet.html – German site with links to classical music
http://forum.electronicattack.de/ – German forum for electronic music with downloadable mp3′s
http://www.jmu.edu/music/mrd/audio.html – american university marching music band
http://www.mzhiphop.com/ – Hiphop
http://mp3hungama.com/ a search engine which crawls the net for mp3′s from India and Pakistan. The files are only linked to as is explained in the TOS http://mp3hungama.com/music/template/terms.html . It is up to each user to check and make sure that they don’t contain any viruses.
how can u put free mp3 files on your phone?
and what site can you find the FREE mp3 songs on
Please keep in mind that you can download/share only copyright-free (classical, nursery rhymes) music for free, unless the copyright owners allow free downloading/sharing of their material. ALL sites that provide copyrighted music to be downloaded/shared for free, but WITHOUT permission from the copyright owners are equally ILLEGAL! So, unless you are about to download copyright-free music, please start using legal buy-a-download resources similar to iTunes. Having no money/credit card is NEVER an excuse to STEAL anything anyway, so there is a very good reason why all the ILLEGAL sites/resources are being shut down and their users being sued for illegal downloading. Besides, asking how to obtain copyrighted material illegally violates Y! Answers guidelines.
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