Hello. Extremely long-time lurker here. I think all my previous posts have been about Prince bootlegs so far. (on that subject - the new "Can eye play with U" bootleg is amazing!)
Anyway, if anyone heard the QLS episode with the interview with Tom Silverman you know what this is about. I'm part of a company called Tracklib - we're trying to create a music library for sampling where every single song can be licensed at a fair price. We already have a varied collection of real music. Everything from "Impeach the President" to Ike Turner to Swedish pop to African funk to weird soundtracks and the catalogue is literally growing every day.
5. "RE: Tracklib - The Liberation of Sampling" In response to Reply # 0
Thanks for the support, everyone. Feel free to send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to make sure you get in earlier, so I know who you are. Today is the day we start sending out invites, but there's a large queue.
For this to work (and to sign more labels) we definitely need as much publicity as we can - so share the video or the site if you can!
It would be super fun to also sponsor a CHOPS round with license and everything.
To download each of these tracks for personal use is $2 - licensing for a normal sample is $50 + share of publishing. Licensing is automatic and can be done within minutes. Send me an email or message if you want access!