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MUSIC FOR VIDEO
As Presented by the Free Music Archive &
CC
CMX-IMG 9559 by Telecineguy. Image via Wikimedia Comm
The Free Music Archive
 freemusicarchive.org started as a repository
for free & Creative Commons-licensed music,
includin...
Creative Commons
 Established in 2002
 Simple way to give others permission to use
your creative work
 CC licenses aren...
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/
Creative Commons Licenses
BY: Attribution
You must credit the licensor for the original
creation.
SA: ShareAlike
If you create an adaptation*, you must license
your adaptation under the same license as
the original work.
NC: NonCommercial
You may not use the work in a way that’s
primarily intended for or directed toward
commercial advantage ...
ND: NoDerivatives
You may not create an adaptation* of the
original work.
Excitement!
Adventure!
Copyright?
Possible Scenarios
Scenario A: Skate video
 You’re making a video of your friend
skateboarding and plan to put it online. You
just want to s...
Scenario A: Skate video
 You’re making a video of your friend
skateboarding and plan to put it online. You
just want to s...
Scenario B: Documentary
 You’re making a documentary film that you
hope to take to the film festival circuit. If it’s
suc...
Scenario B: Documentary
 You’re making a documentary film that you
hope to take to the film festival circuit. If it’s
suc...
Scenario C: Commercial
 You are making a commercial for your product.
You want to use music that is freely available
for ...
Scenario C: Commercial
 You are making a commercial for your product.
You want to use music that is freely available
for ...
Scenario D: Class Project
 You are making a video for a class, and you
want to use a track from the FMA. You will not
use...
Scenario D: Class Project
 You are making a video for a class, and you want
to use a track from the FMA. You will not use...
Applying CC licenses to your
work
CC License-o-matic
Applying CC licenses to your
work
Key information (So licensees know how to
attribute you)
• Your name (however you’d like...
Publishing on YouTube
 YouTube only offers a CC BY license.
 Modifications may be noted in credits and
description.
 No...
Publishing on Vimeo
Exploring the Free Music
Archive
Browse by Genre
Browse by Curator
Browse by Curator
Geography of the Search Page
Geography of the Search Page
Geography of the Search Page
Geography of the Search Page
Geography of the Search Page
Geography of the Search Page
Download
Geography of the Search Page
Listen in
Pop-Out
Player
Geography of an Artist Page
Geography of an Artist Page
Geography of an Artist Page
Contacting an artist
 Do a web search
 Look for website listed & search for “Contact”
 Look for “Email this artist” but...
Geography of an Artist Page
Geography of an Album Page
Attribution
Attribution - TASL
 Title
 Author
 Source - usually a URL.
 License – abbreviations are OK
bit.ly/ccattribution
Via CC...
Best practices for attribution in
video
 Include TASL information in the credits, just
as you would see in a feature film...
Example:
Link to video
Example:
Link to video
Example:
Link to video
Example:
Link to video
Other Places to Find Music
 http://search.creativecommons.org
 www.jamendo.com/en/
 vimeo.com/musicstore
 dig.ccmixter...
Happy Hunting!
contact@freemusicarchive.org
Using Music from the Free Music Archive in Video with Creative Commons expert Elliot Harmon
Using Music from the Free Music Archive in Video with Creative Commons expert Elliot Harmon
Using Music from the Free Music Archive in Video with Creative Commons expert Elliot Harmon
Using Music from the Free Music Archive in Video with Creative Commons expert Elliot Harmon
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Using Music from the Free Music Archive in Video with Creative Commons expert Elliot Harmon

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This is the slide deck featured in a webinar put on by Cheyenne, current Director at the Free Music Archive, and her guest Elliot Harmon from Creative Commons. The webinar is on the FMA YouTube channel.

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Using Music from the Free Music Archive in Video with Creative Commons expert Elliot Harmon

  1. 1. MUSIC FOR VIDEO As Presented by the Free Music Archive & CC CMX-IMG 9559 by Telecineguy. Image via Wikimedia Comm
  2. 2. The Free Music Archive  freemusicarchive.org started as a repository for free & Creative Commons-licensed music, including live recordings and Public Domain tracks  Affiliated with and founded by WFMU
  3. 3. Creative Commons  Established in 2002  Simple way to give others permission to use your creative work  CC licenses aren’t an alternative to copyright; they work alongside copyright.
  4. 4. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/ Creative Commons Licenses
  5. 5. BY: Attribution You must credit the licensor for the original creation.
  6. 6. SA: ShareAlike If you create an adaptation*, you must license your adaptation under the same license as the original work.
  7. 7. NC: NonCommercial You may not use the work in a way that’s primarily intended for or directed toward commercial advantage or monetary compensation.
  8. 8. ND: NoDerivatives You may not create an adaptation* of the original work.
  9. 9. Excitement! Adventure! Copyright? Possible Scenarios
  10. 10. Scenario A: Skate video  You’re making a video of your friend skateboarding and plan to put it online. You just want to share the video, and aren’t trying to make money.
  11. 11. Scenario A: Skate video  You’re making a video of your friend skateboarding and plan to put it online. You just want to share the video, and aren’t trying to make money.  You can use songs licensed as:  CC BY  CC BY-NC  CC BY-SA (if you are willing to add this license to your work)  Anything licensed otherwise requires consent from the artist.
  12. 12. Scenario B: Documentary  You’re making a documentary film that you hope to take to the film festival circuit. If it’s successful, you plan to market it.
  13. 13. Scenario B: Documentary  You’re making a documentary film that you hope to take to the film festival circuit. If it’s successful, you plan to market it.  You can use songs licensed as:  CC BY  CC BY-SA (if you are willing to add this license to your work)  Anything licensed otherwise requires consent from the artist.
  14. 14. Scenario C: Commercial  You are making a commercial for your product. You want to use music that is freely available for use.
  15. 15. Scenario C: Commercial  You are making a commercial for your product. You want to use music that is freely available for use.  You can use songs licensed as:  CC BY  Anything licensed otherwise requires consent from the artist.
  16. 16. Scenario D: Class Project  You are making a video for a class, and you want to use a track from the FMA. You will not use the video to make money, and are willing to share it under a Creative Commons license.
  17. 17. Scenario D: Class Project  You are making a video for a class, and you want to use a track from the FMA. You will not use the video to make money, and are willing to share it under a Creative Commons license.  You can use songs licensed as:  CC BY  CC BY-NC  CC BY-SA (if you are willing to add this license to your work)  CC BY-NC-SA (if you are willing to add this license to your work)  Anything licensed otherwise requires consent from the artist.
  18. 18. Applying CC licenses to your work CC License-o-matic
  19. 19. Applying CC licenses to your work Key information (So licensees know how to attribute you) • Your name (however you’d like to be credited) • Title of work • URL of the work (if applicable) • Which CC license it’s under (include URL or link) bit.ly/ccmarking
  20. 20. Publishing on YouTube  YouTube only offers a CC BY license.  Modifications may be noted in credits and description.  Note: search results, etc will not be filtered by more elaborate CC licenses. If you are concerned about infringement by others, please clearly license your work or use another platform.
  21. 21. Publishing on Vimeo
  22. 22. Exploring the Free Music Archive
  23. 23. Browse by Genre
  24. 24. Browse by Curator
  25. 25. Browse by Curator
  26. 26. Geography of the Search Page
  27. 27. Geography of the Search Page
  28. 28. Geography of the Search Page
  29. 29. Geography of the Search Page
  30. 30. Geography of the Search Page
  31. 31. Geography of the Search Page Download
  32. 32. Geography of the Search Page Listen in Pop-Out Player
  33. 33. Geography of an Artist Page
  34. 34. Geography of an Artist Page
  35. 35. Geography of an Artist Page
  36. 36. Contacting an artist  Do a web search  Look for website listed & search for “Contact”  Look for “Email this artist” button/contact link on an artist page on FMA:
  37. 37. Geography of an Artist Page
  38. 38. Geography of an Album Page
  39. 39. Attribution
  40. 40. Attribution - TASL  Title  Author  Source - usually a URL.  License – abbreviations are OK bit.ly/ccattribution Via CC Wiki
  41. 41. Best practices for attribution in video  Include TASL information in the credits, just as you would see in a feature film.  Include TASL information in the description/caption for a video on the web.  If you’re not sure how the licensor would like to be credited, ask them!
  42. 42. Example: Link to video
  43. 43. Example: Link to video
  44. 44. Example: Link to video
  45. 45. Example: Link to video
  46. 46. Other Places to Find Music  http://search.creativecommons.org  www.jamendo.com/en/  vimeo.com/musicstore  dig.ccmixter.org  soundcloud.com  freesound.org  www.commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:S ound  creativecommons.org/legalmusicforvideos
  47. 47. Happy Hunting! contact@freemusicarchive.org

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