You can listen to it here!
New York Cine #134: Interview with composer Kevin MacLeod, plus Bloodsport, Out of the Furnace and D.C.’s Arrow
Hyperlapse is a pretty fun app. Here’s some pretty fun music that will make your hyperlapses more fun!
Hyperfun was made with the help of “Band in a Box”.*
You can buy this in uncompressed format here! Comes with all parts isolated along with a slower version and a faster version.
* This software has the worst UI of any commercial product. Please be glad you didn’t have to use it. You’re welcome.
Ask your doctor if “Carefree” is right for you. Listening may cause nausea, vomiting, heartache, chilled liver, or wandering pancreas. Discontinue use pretty much whenever you get sick of the piece.
“Carefree” is a perfect compliment to your active lifestyle or consumer electronics.
You can download this in uncompressed format here! Comes with all parts isolated along with a slower version, a faster version, and three shorter cuts.
Winner: Golden Kitty Award at the 2014 Internet Cat Video Festival!
Back in my post “Fun with Indemnification“, I used this phrase in my English translation:
You don’t ever pay me damages for any reason.
This was a bit of an overstatement. Just because the indemnification is not explicit in the contract, that doesn’t mean it can’t be invoked. (yes, that was the simplest I could make that statement.)
If the licensor did something malicious with the licensed music, and you were sued for that – you would probably be fine. The licensor did the awful things.
Which brings us to the next bit! If the contract says nothing about an issue, it is up to a judge to figure that out.
So, asserting (as I did in my English Translation) the negative case because of its absence is not correct.
I’m going to say it was for dramatic effect. :-)
This post may have been assisted by someone who may be an actual attorney. I will say nothing in the positive or negative sense about that.
This is one of my very favorite pieces.
Music from this library is intended solely for use by you in videos and other content that you create.
(This includes video games)
You may use music files from this library in videos that you monetize on YouTube.
By downloading music from this library, you agree that you will not:
Make available, distribute or perform the music files from this library separately from videos and other content into which you have incorporated these music files (but not for standalone distribution).
YouTube hired me to produce some content. Here is one of those pieces!
Download Jay Jay from YouTube
This music is licensed differently from everything on incompetech.
You do NOT need to put in a credit with this piece.
And… here’s the actual legal stuff: “Music from this library is intended solely for use by you in videos and other content that you create. You may use music files from this library in videos that you monetize on YouTube. By downloading music from this library, you agree that you will not make available, distribute or perform the music files from this library separately from videos and other content into which you have incorporated these music files (but not for standalone distribution).”
My full site download (usually $78) has just been updated to include everything up to my most recent piece.
Tomorrow (Monday in the US) is the Crazy Sale!
The first sale will be $1.
Then it goes up $1 for each sale. (Next purchase is $2, next is $3, next is $4.)
I will tweet when it starts (which will be after I get up… somewhere between 7am and 1pm central time). It will run the whole day!
If you have previously purchased the last download, send me an email this week, and you can get 2 WAV file downloads of your choice… You do need to tell my which ones you want… and not everything is available in WAV, so check my site first.