Open-source record label

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Open-source record labels are record labels that release music under copyleft licenses, that is, licenses that allow free redistribution and may allow free modification of the tracks.

They present free, libre, and open content, and present this a part of the freedoms of expression and speech, with the goal of opening up the possibilities of media through open collaboration. Some musicians dislike corporate control of music via means of copyright and believe that creativity requires that musicians reappropriate and reinterpret music and sounds to enable them to create truly innovative music. Additionally, copyleft enables musicians to develop music collaboratively.

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  1. ^ "About - 50/50innertainments Records". Retrieved 2020-11-26.
  2. ^ "About - Club Late Music". Retrieved 2019-07-07.
  3. ^ "About - Voidance Records". Retrieved 2016-06-22.
  4. ^ "Copyright Free Music: These Labels Are Changing Up Royalty Free Music". Retrieved 2020-05-03.

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