“Remix” (Used 66 times)
cheyenne_h on 09/08/2016 at 09:14PM
Remixing isn't the focus of the FMA, but we encourage remixing, reusing, and re-sampling with glee (as long as the license allows for it)!
Quite a few re-mixing (and even one "pre-mix") events have come and gone to FMA, but we wanted to let y'all know that there are two remix kits that haven't gone away: "Reflections Multitracks" from Anti-Pop Consortium (CC BY-NC-SA) and "Not Drunk" from The Joy Drops (CC BY). So if you're looking for some hip-hop or bluegrass samples to play with, they're licensed for re-use and ready to roll!
Fusion_Netlabel on 05/14/2015 at 06:55AM
Ambient, Electronica, IDM, Techno
hfayekay on 06/04/2014 at 02:42AM
This summer FMA curator ccMixter-whose main squeeze is embracing remix culture via the way of Creative Commons- is putting together a virtual version of the Coachellas, Bonaroos, & Primaveras of the world: the BIG Music Fest. The event will be comprised of 7 "stages" rotating throughout the Summer beginning May 30th running through til August 30. Each week artists (you!) will be creating content for specific genre-d stages (this week it's songwriter/unplugged/folk/bluegrass/ country but hip hop/triphop will be up at the end of July!) culminating with a live-streaming event mixing all genres. You can also participate by curating playlists, hosting podcasts, & assembling the highest quality of sounds for eventual releases to be distributed on the likes of iTunes & Amazon.
The FMA is happy to provide artists & ccMixters with a playlist of remix-worthy tracks & sounds with summer-y dispositions ideal for incorporating into your submissions to the BIG Music Fest. Listen to the playlist below & for more details on the event click here (& here's a press release too!)
ange on 05/07/2013 at 09:30PM
As part of the 2013 Megapolis Audio Festival, the Free Music Archive taught workshop on finding music for projects legally, including podsafe music, instrumental tracks, and music you can modify, adapt or build-upon. Then participants dug up music tracks and audio elements from Creative Commons and Public Domain resources with which to construct an original 1-3 minute sound art composition.
douglasawh on 01/03/2013 at 03:55PM
Long time listeners of our show will know that we have long separated our talk shows and music shows into to shows. In March, we are going to try a more traditional radio format with the tracks in the same episode as the talking. This may last only in March, or it might be our new format.
Our upcoming interview schedule includes artists, netlabelists and FMA's very own Andrea Silenzi.
Below is the planned release schedule (a select track from the bands can be found even further below). Of course, things come up, so schedule is subject to change.
January 06: Let Fall The Sparrow
January 13: Andrea Silenzi
January 20: A/V Linux
January 27: Chotto Ghetto
February 03: 20lb Sounds
February 10: Loz Kaye
February 17: Baconsmash Records
February 24: Lorenzo's Music
March 03: Reuse Aloud
We are not booking other interviews in March in case an earlier interviewee needs to reschedule and also we want to experiment with the new format before submitting guests to it!
We have all of April very tentatively booked. If you're a musician, audiocaster, netlabel or technologist that specializes in remixable Creative Commons music and would like to come on our show for an interview in May or the summer months, please email me at [email protected]