can I upload mp3 songs with low bit rate on my website?
- January 19, 2008 @ 8:47amjaffar says:Hi,
I have a website which provides resources for English language learners and teachers. I want to know if I can upload mp3 songs with low bit rates like: 64 kpbs or lower on my website, so that visitors can download it. Or I can put the song on the website so that visitors can only listen to it through the website and while they're connected, (They can't download it). I wan to do this only for educational purposes. (listening to a song is a good way to improve listening, because some learners like some singers and they enjoy listening to the song). I may also put the lyrics there.
I know that some singers do the same on their official websites (one can listen to a song with low quality)/
- January 29, 2008 @ 5:14pmFreya Anderson says:I think, jaffar, that more information would be needed for a proper analysis of this situation. However, if you're talking about songs that have copyright protection, I would think that licensing would be required in most cases for what you describe. Of course, if you have public domain songs or songs for which you own the copyright (like, for example, songs that you have written yourself and not sold the rights for), then go for it!
- February 8, 2008 @ 9:47amCarrie says:Who will have access to your web site?
- February 8, 2008 @ 10:21amjaffar says:Hi,
Everyone will have access to my website, Here's the link: www.elnit.com
I have decided to contact the singers and the publication companies one by one! I guess this is the best way, Thanks for your replies :)
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