Halsey Burgund, of Aesthetic Evidence, is asking musicians to submit recordings of themselves expressing support for filesharing. He plans to incorporate these recordings in a remix track released under a Creative Commons license, focusing on the subject of filesharing. The script: “My name is [name] of [band]. I am a musician and I support filesharing. [more thoughts here].” Interesting. LimeWire, BearShare, Mercora, and other P2P/torrent sites are gonna love this guy! Look for a counter-remix sponsored by the RIAA in which record labels express distaste for filesharing, accompanied by a “Taking Care of Business” loop. (site pointed out by Online Music Blog) ]]>
Musicians Uniting in Song to Support File Sharing
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