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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by Powzone » 20 May 2011, 03:25

Added some info to the first post! Powder Jay has the skills! :D
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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by ionbladez » 23 May 2011, 08:37

Ah damn, totally skipped this thread while skimming :\

viewtopic.php?f=10&t=7994

:P fix'd then.

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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by medusa » 13 Aug 2011, 06:35

why don't you guys have all this music as a download option for the game?

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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by vexed » 05 Feb 2012, 07:19

Anyone have and good music we can use for the release of 3.1 ?
Or if you find some on the fourms, post links here. :)
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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by Powzone » 05 Feb 2012, 10:36

I'll need to reupload my tracks as MU got... erm... closed. Any suggestions for a free file hoster that doesn't delete files due to inactivity having a free account? Otherwise I'll start looking for one and refresh the links in my first post.

BTW the MP3 versions can be downloaded from my ReverbNation site. ;)
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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by Powzone » 05 Feb 2012, 12:48

Reuploaded the music through xmirrors and it's back available for download from the first post: viewtopic.php?f=10&t=3074#p34984
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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by Desolator4u » 29 Feb 2012, 08:49

Powzone wrote:I'll need to reupload my tracks as MU got... erm... closed. Any suggestions for a free file hoster that doesn't delete files due to inactivity having a free account? Otherwise I'll start looking for one and refresh the links in my first post.

BTW the MP3 versions can be downloaded from my ReverbNation site. ;)
Yup, RIP MU :(
Good music man, ii've had All Gone and Desolation on my iPod for some time now, so checking out the rest.

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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by Lord Apocalypse » 09 Jun 2012, 23:25

Be wary of using NC in Warzone as some linux distros will not allow content that does not conform to the GPL which NC (non commercial) violates. So music licensed under NC will have to be a separate release in such cases.

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Post by aubergine » 10 Jun 2012, 00:40

I don't know if it's already included yet, but the "Premier Collection" release of Warzone in Germany back in 2000 had some extra music IIRC. I found versions of the audio in sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/warzone ... n%20Music/
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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by cybersphinx » 10 Jun 2012, 00:48

aubergine wrote:I don't know if it's already included yet, but the "Premier Collection" release of Warzone in Germany back in 2000 had some extra music IIRC. I found versions of the audio in sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/warzone ... n%20Music/
That are just the "source" flacs of the music we include already (menu.ogg, track1.ogg and track2.ogg), the Playstation track is track3.ogg.
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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by Powzone » 11 Jun 2012, 11:56

Schould I change the license to be CC-BY-SA or does it definately have to be GPL? I'm willing to release the music to whatever license is needed. ;)
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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by Lord Apocalypse » 11 Jun 2012, 17:24

That I don't know. Here is what the openSUSE people told use about one of the vega strike files.
OpenSUSE's legal team found out a weird license tag in our Sol system file. It turns out the guy who contributed it did so under a noncommercial license. Many people don't know this, but noncommercial licenses aren't compatible with the GPL, and we want our data to be GPL... *snip*

...I'd like to point out, that this is a rather important matter. Without a clear license situation (ie: all data being GPL or some other FOSS license), the game won't get into Factory (ie: it won't be part of openSUSE). I'd expect Fedora to have the same concerns, they must just have missed the file.
You may want to check and see if CC-BY-SA is compatible with the GPL. As stated though, it would only mean that anything released as non-commercial would just have to be a separate download rather than bundled in with the package from a particular distro. If you can live with it, CC-BY-SA 3.0 would probably be the best way to go. That choice though, is up to you.

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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by aubergine » 15 Jun 2012, 13:12

Found some additional WZ music on my travels, not sure if this too is already included but posting here just in case:

http://download.gna.org/warzone/releases/mods/2.1/
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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by michaelb » 15 Sep 2012, 03:46

hey guys, noticed this thread

The music I composed a few years ago is still totally available, if folks like it! :)

Here's the link to the jamendo album: http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a38736/w ... soundtrack

I don't know if the new jamendo still has the option to download oggs --- if not I'll happily provide ogg & flac versions :)

cheers,

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Re: The legit Music Sticky thread

Post by Originway » 19 Sep 2012, 06:01

michaelb wrote:hey guys, noticed this thread

The music I composed a few years ago is still totally available, if folks like it! :)

Here's the link to the jamendo album: http://www.jamendo.com/en/list/a38736/w ... soundtrack

I don't know if the new jamendo still has the option to download oggs --- if not I'll happily provide ogg & flac versions :)

cheers,

--michaelb
nice stuff, thanks!

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