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soundspy podcasting

soundspy podcasting
Welcome, soundspy is a public podcasting station for sharing new music and music technology related podcasts. Soundspy podcasting focuses on the following media content:

• Creative Commons licensed, copyleft and public domain works,
• Independent and experimental/electronic music,
• DJ mixes and live performances,
• Ambient soundscapes,
• Samples and loops,
• Recorded interviews and discussions,
• Music and sound related tutorials,
• Instrumental music,
• Video, animation and other forms of multimedia.
• Screencasts.

The above list is an indication of what you can expect to find here.

This site is also accessible via the soundspy toolbar, an IE browser enhancement focusing on music social networks.

The soundspy site supports digital music projects by aggregating specialized tools and resources into one convenient web location. You can play the most recent podcasts using the podcast player at

Share your podcasts on soundspy podcasting and other GigaDial stations by using the "add to this station" link that appears below once registered.

GigaDial automatically credits each selection with your name once signed in. Registration is free.

Podcast submissions must be free of RIAA or other copyright restrictions that prevent the legal sharing of the work.

Please try to supply a reasonable amount of information to help users with their selections. It's worth checking previous posts and other stations for ideas.

If you're interested in sharing electronic dance music you can also use DISSCO dance music podcasts at http://www.gigadial.net/public/station/4062

For a detailed list of free and legal sources of music safe to download and distribute in podcasts and other forms of webcasting see:

Podsafe Music Resources: Free and legal music sources, safe for sharing.

Highlighting the use of Creative Commons licenses for music and open content distribution.

Thanks for participating, Dave Holmes.
Dave's Imaginary Sound Space: http://spaces.msn.com/soundblog/
A virtual playground for audio & music enthusiasts. Delivering fresh news and information about digital audio, podcasting, music, multimedia, video, open content, freeware tools and sundry exotic web references.

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Created by: Dave Holmes
Created on: 28 Nov 2004
Language: English

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Add this to another station CC World Podcast No. 1 (29.22MB; download) -- A podcast by Chris Car http://ccwp.wordpress.com/ Tracklisting (in chronological order): Artist: Dirge Album: Fountain EP Title: Lois Label: autres directions in music. - - Artist: Akasha Album: - Title: Alphaville Label: - - Artist: T-Polar Album: Red Machine Title: Saturn Sisters Label: Thinner. - - Artist: Comfort Fit Album: Use it or loose it Title: The hunt Label: Tokyo Dawn Records
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Thu, 12 Jan 2006 18:23:46 UTC
Add this to another station Songs From The Commons 008 - This One's For Tookie Williams (17.08MB; download) -- Lots of great music from teru's website -- including a mix from teru himself of a mashup of two other remixes. This One’s For Tookie Williams. No Business As Usual This Show - A Man Imprisoned by the State of California Has Been Put To Death By that same state, and I just want to take a moment to think about it. It happened around 12:30 am this morning- Dec 13, 2006. I don’t like to be reminded that we’re living in a police state, but things like state-sanctioned executions make it all too crystal clear. Will we find out months or years from now that Tookie was innocent? We’re learning that innocent people are convicted all the time. It could happen to you or me, but research has proven definitively that it’s much more likely to happen to you if your an african american male. And what if he was guilty after all? Is he arguably rehabilitated? Or is rehabilitation just a lie? However you slice it, it leaves me sad. And thinking. Whether you’re for or against the death penalty, I think you will agree that it’s important that we all think long and hard about what happened today.
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Thu, 05 Jan 2006 11:14:52 UTC
Add this to another station Songs From The Commons 007 - Why Grokster Shouldn't Be Any More Responsible For When It Is Misused Than Smith And Wesson (18.85MB; download) -- This covers a few points I brought up in the written portion of last week’s show. The point then, and now, is that, historically, in this country, we choose to criminalize the misuse of a technology, rather than criminalizing the technology itself. Guns, for example, are only made for killing. Killing and maybe target practice. It’s what they do. Depending on the circumstances surrounding when the killing takes place, such killing is legal or not. But do we hold gun manufacturers responsible for when gun technology is misused? Of course not. According to White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan, even President Bush “believes that the manufacturer of a legal product should not be held liable for the criminal misuse of that product by others.”
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Thu, 05 Jan 2006 11:11:39 UTC
Add this to another station Staccato Episode 24 - hosted by Grant Robertson (24.35MB; download) -- Grant Robertson is your host for this episode, in which he spins a mix set of Creative Commons-licensed downtempo. His CC music podcast, The Revolution, and his track-a-day feed for 2006, cc:365, are both must-subscribes. The erstwhile regular host returns next episode to wrap a bow around 2005. Thanks to Grant for putting a great show together.
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Thu, 05 Jan 2006 11:08:18 UTC
Add this to another station Songs from the Commons 006 (23.27MB; download) -- A Better Introduction to Grokster - A Modern Day Sony Betamax Case In this week’s installation of The Grokster Chronicles, I will explain how the Grokster case is really just a modern day revisiting of the principles of the historical Betamax case. The “Betamax” case refers to Universal vs. Sony, in which the Supreme Court decided that a company was not liable for creating a technology that some customers may use for copyright infringing purposes, so long as the technology is capable of substantial non-infringing uses. Said another way, the court decided that, when a technology has many uses, the public cannot be denied the lawful uses just because some (or many or most) may use the product to infringe copyrights.
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Sat, 26 Nov 2005 08:38:48 UTC
Add this to another station Staccato Episode 23 - 1-year anniversary (20.64MB; download) -- A celebration of the first anniversary of Episode 1 of Staccato. Featuring interviews with Chris MacDonald from IndieFeed and Colette Vogele. Recorded from the floor of the Portable Media Expo and Podcasting Conference.
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Sun, 20 Nov 2005 06:03:02 UTC
Add this to another station Staccato Episode 22 (30.66MB; download)
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Sun, 20 Nov 2005 05:59:49 UTC
Add this to another station Staccato Episode 21 - the best of (54.84MB; download) -- Featuring a 23-minute interview with Stanford professor and Creative Commons Chairman Lawrence Lessig, and almost an hour of the best (so far) of Staccato. Lessig talks about his views on free culture; plans to add commerce-friendly features to the Creative Commons license; how the ShareAlike license relates to podcasts; and how Antonin Scalia would fare as Chief Justice of the United States.
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Sun, 20 Nov 2005 05:56:52 UTC
Add this to another station Songs From The Commons 005 (23.97MB; download) -- This week, I shut up for a minute, and let some great music do the talking. All the tracks featured this week are available on Wired’s CC Sampling CD, available at http://creativecommons.org/wired/
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Sun, 06 Nov 2005 02:02:34 UTC
Add this to another station Songs From The Commons 004 (22.15MB; download) -- In this episode, I explain my technique for understanding Creative Commons Licenses and the yes or no questions that need to be answered in order to pick your license. I also begin “The Grokster Chronicles,” which will be a recurring segment starting this week where we spend just a few minutes playing clips, discussing, and just generally thinking about the MGM vs. Grokster case and beginning to explore what it all means.
Selected by: Dave Holmes [ stations ], Sun, 06 Nov 2005 02:00:21 UTC
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