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helen dardik

Go Moby! That is an awesome idea! I too think that some karma points are in order. I wish I had an independent movie I needed music for right now.

tom

great initiative... although I can't help but think that the idea of doing making your works available at no charge only ever seems to work for well established artists.

tanner

i would agree that it only works for established artists, but in this case, i think that's what makes it special.

we used one of the songs for a school competition earlier this semester. it was actually surprisingly easy to contact gratis and download the music:

http://www.vimeo.com/829730/

Ashe

Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails has done this for half a year now, though he allows his music to be remixed and used by anyone, not just for film. He actually gives out the GarageBand files. (I'm a dancer and would love to have more music to play with for choreography, so I hope he thinks other artists' use is okay, too.)

http://remix.nin.com/ (Official site)
http://www.ninremixes.com/ (Unofficial site)
http://www.9inchnails.com/remixes/ (Unofficial site)

Some are terrible, but some are wonderful. ;)

cai

how can i download a track?!? theres no option to do so! xx

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