We’re down to the final few hours now. I mentioned this wonderful Kickstarter project once before. If you’ve been waiting to contribute, now is the time!
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Ok, I’m sure that anybody who reads this blog has already read my previous post about MusOpen and their attempt to set classical music free. Or, at least you’ve seen the “Help MusOpen” box at the bottom of each page. I’ve got some amazing news, and it’s too good to not be its own blog post.
First, the MusOpen project seems to be gaining a lot of publicity on Pepsi’s Project Refresh. It’s still not in the top 10 like it should be, but it’s getting closer, and this month’s not over yet. Gotta be in the top 10 of its category to get any money from Pepsi. Continue reading Holy SHIT I’m getting a lot of music, and you can too!!
I just pledged $25 to MusOpen.com. I like them. They hire professional musicians to record classical music, and then they release the recordings into the public domain. I think I first found them via Google, once when I was searching for music that I could use in a student film.
They are currently attempting to raise money through this Kickstarter page. $25 is enough to get the music on CD. See that page for more information. And, do pledge some money even though they’re already over their original goal. “Every $1000 buys a complete set of Mozart violin sonatas, or all of Chopin’s mazurkas, ballades, or nocturnes… a little money buys a LOT of music.”