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permalink   Sun, Jun 15, 2008 @ 4:23 AM
I think I’m a little confused. I have created a remix, technically named since I use a 30-second part of a piece by “Ion” as part of the background for my music. My confusion lies in that I obtained the piece from Magnatune, who I believe is a partner with CCMixter. However, when attempting to submit my remix and give the proper credit to the artist I find Ion is not listed and so I cannot offer my submission. Are only selected artists listed as allowed sources or is Ion inadvertently missing from the list? According to the Magnatune site, this music is offered for remix by CCMixter specifically. Or at least that’s what I believe it is saying.

Can someone please clarify?
permalink   Sun, Jun 15, 2008 @ 11:44 AM
Sorry for the confusion, I have been remiss in synch’ing our sample pool with the Magnatune site. I just did it and the following albums were added:

‘Azadi’ by Junoon
‘Black Glitter Diaries’ by Jade Leary
‘Blackbird’ by Justin Bianco
‘CD1 - Bach - The Six Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin’ by Lara St John
‘CD1 - Bach - Well Tempered Clavier Book 2’ by Katherine Roberts Perl
‘CD2 - Bach - The Six Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin’ by Lara St John
‘CD2 - Bach - Well Tempered Clavier Book 2’ by Katherine Roberts Perl
‘Chimes of Kiev Pechersk Lavra’ by Monks and Choirs of Kiev Pechersk Lavra
‘Christmas Carols’ by Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks
‘Christmas Music’ by Magnatune Compilation
‘Chronic Dreams 2’ by Four Stones
‘Cinema of Dreams’ by Hans Christian
‘Curve’ by Trip Wamsley
‘Deep Life’ by Swivel Neck Jones
‘Desire to Destroy’ by Blind Divine
‘Devouring The Beautiful’ by Blind Divine
‘Dolce Musica - A Contemplative Journey’ by Eileen Hadidian and Natalie Cox
‘Dreadnought’ by Mountain Mirrors
‘Dreamscapes’ by Rejuvenescence
‘Eastern Expressions 2’ by Ruben van Rompaey
‘Electromelange’ by DJ Cary
‘Future Forever’ by Ion
‘Goode Christemas Musicke’ by Stephane Potvin and the Con Brio Choir
‘GratisJazz’ by Eternal Jazz Project
‘Handshake Smiles’ by Arthur Yoria
‘Hell Then Divine’ by Jeffrey Luck Lucas
‘Il Circolo Di Giulio Caccini’ by La Nuova Musica
‘Immortal’ by Human Response
‘Infiniti’ by Junoon
‘Invocation’ by Ty Burhoe
‘Italian Music of the 17th Century’ by Altri Stromenti
‘Leclair - Blow - Matteis - Brescianello’ by Nova Casa
‘Messys Place’ by General Fuzz
‘Modern Interiors’ by The West Exit
‘Moon Moth Mixes’ by Solace
‘Music for Meditation’ by Magnatune Compilation
‘Music for Unmade Movies - Volume 1’ by Blind Divine
‘My Industry’ by Processor
‘Nagari’ by Solace
‘Occult’ by Opened Paradise
‘Otherwake’ by Chris Harvey
‘Parvaaz’ by Junoon
‘Relaxing Classical’ by Magnatune Compilation
‘Remember’ by Ishwish
‘Rihla’ by Tim Rayborn
‘Silver Lights’ by Solar Cycle
‘Sister Awake - music only’ by Jeni Melia
‘Sister Awake’ by Jeni Melia
‘Six Sonatas for Flute and Violin - Opus 51 - Boismortier’ by Duo de Bois
‘Sky’ by Ty Burhoe
‘Stasis’ by Etherfysh
‘Suites - Op 22 24 and 29’ by Janine Johnson
‘Sundowner’ by Sundowner
‘The Collective Now’ by The Seldon Plan
‘The Ice Castle’ by Kirsty Hawkshaw
‘The Secret Life of Angels’ by SkinMechanix
permalink   Watchwolf Sun, Jun 15, 2008 @ 1:58 PM
*Happy happy happy!*

Thanks! Now I can share my new tune!!
permalink   gurdonark Sun, Jun 15, 2008 @ 6:47 PM
Great! For some reason, I am like the Steve Martin movie about “the new phone books are here” when the magnatune catalog is updated—although I shop regularly there, there’s something about hunting songs to remix that really makes the catalog things stand out.
permalink   Sat, Oct 4, 2008 @ 12:11 AM
So just to be clear, are we allowed to upload tracks that use samples from the CCMixter & affiliates sample pool as well as samples from elsewhere? I’m missing strong vocal hooks, which I think I might be able to get from Jamendo…
permalink   victor Sat, Oct 4, 2008 @ 2:19 AM
as long as you get permission from the people you are sampling, either explicitly allowing you to re-license a derivative work under CC (as in: they send you an email that says “Sure! Use our samples in your remix that post to ccMixter and license under CC”) or implicitly through a compatible license (as in: the samples are already under CC Attribution or CC NonCommercial).
permalink   dangerous_objects Sat, Oct 4, 2008 @ 3:38 AM
Great - thanks! I was worried because the upload system only handles attribution for tracks in the sample pool. I’ll put other attributions in the Description section then.