Heellooo @arnaugil-13, welcome aboard and nice to Musicoin you!
Yes, like @Zeljko-Stanojkovski mentioned, we’re around 20 Ambassadors submitting the names of Musicoiners of whom the music pleases us. I’d say it’s really hard not to be picked at some point for an artist proposing quality music, since that Ambassadors group shares a wiiide array of musical trends and practices.
Two preliminar points:
- is your username the same here in the Forum and on the Musicoin website?;
- to be selected you need to have released on the platform a minimum of 4 tracks.
Looking forward to listen to your creations
I herebelow share an announcement made by our South African Ambassador, @edprivat:
As discussed with @Dj Lethal Skillz and @niuQuin, here is the link to the first Artzone (Steemit curators) & Musicoin contest, everyone is welcome to join, ambassadors included.
The prize pool is 30 STEEM AND 10k MUSIC.
The rules of the contest are explained in the post, we can extend for another week if needed!
Excellent proposal @metkraming!
No doubt @Zeljko-Stanojkovski will shed some light on this theme, both for being responsible for the copyright aspects and for being a greeeaat classical music pianist (see: https://musicoin.org/nav/artist/0xa72c9e222b4d092377b6ae99a3d04f666df89bf4).
What I see, just by reading one website source on that respect, is that: “The Earliest that Copyright Protection will Expire for any Sound Recording in the USA is 2067. Remember that a musical work and a sound recording of a musical work have separate copyright protection. The children’s song, “Mary Had A Little Lamb” is absolutely in the public domain worldwide, and it can be freely used by anyone. However, in the USA, no sound recordings of “Mary Had A Little Lamb” are in the public domain. If you want to use any sound recording - even a sound recording of a public domain song - you must either license a recording or create your own recording.” (here: https://www.pdinfo.com/copyright-law/public-domain-sound-recordings.php).
We’ll have to revise how’s the situation in other countries, or launch, as you suggest, a specific “Public Domain” profile, inviting Musicoin artists to interpret classical compositions and to donate their $MUSIC earnings
Fabulous job @stevee! These last 4 days I’ve seen 5 Russian (or Russian-speaking) artists boarding the platform, it’s becoming a trend, haha, and the most probable is that it derives from your untiring work explaining the community-building processes of Musicoin!