- 1 Frequently Asked Questions
- 1.1 About the Public Domain Project
- 1.2 About the Radio
- 1.3 About the Music Pool
- 1.3.1 What is FLAC?
- 1.3.2 iTunes does not play your files. What should I do?
- 1.3.3 What I'm aloud to do with the music files
- 1.3.4 I have a lot of shellac/vinyl recordings in my basement. How can I help you?
- 1.3.5 Who owns the music in the pool?
- 1.3.6 I would like to license your music. How I do this?
- 1.4 About the Wiki
Frequently Asked Questions
About the Public Domain Project
What is the Public Domain Project?
What means public domain?
Public domain is a legal status and it is the contrary of copyrighted [w:publicdomain].
This means that you can do what you want without any reserves with a work that is public domain.
Who is behind the Project?
How is the project legally organised?
About the Radio
Where can I download the music played in the Radio? I can't find it!
Do I need a special player/software to listen to your radio?
Can I listen the public domain radio on my mobile?
About the Music Pool
What is FLAC?
iTunes does not play your files. What should I do?
What I'm aloud to do with the music files
I have a lot of shellac/vinyl recordings in my basement. How can I help you?
Who owns the music in the pool?
Nobody and everyone. All our music files are public domain this means that it is legally similar to the air around you, nobody owns it and everybody is allowed to use it.
I would like to license your music. How I do this?
You don't have to. Because all our music files in our pool are public domain you can use it without asking anyone for everything.
About the Wiki
I found a spelling error, who should I inform?
Nobody! That's the nice thing about a [w:Wiki] everybody can write and edit articles and can help to improve and correct them! So if you found a simple spelling error, just click on the edit button and correct it yourself. We thank you for your help improving our database.