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Creative Commons: Project Divinity's Free Ambient Soundscapes

Click on the badge to visit Project Divinity's homepage, where they are giving away music using Creative Commons.

"Project Divinity is an ambient project of a Finnish hobbyist composer Matti Paalanen. Project Divinity publishes all music under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 licence so all of the music is free to download and share. Influences include Jonn Serrie, Global Communication, Vangelis and Steve Roach."

BTW Let's Take Over is licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License, which means that you are free to use my work for any purpose (including commercial) as long as you include a link to this site, or my web address http://www.letstakeover.blogspot.com

My work (which went to make up the right-hand side of the digital photo below) has already been used here in an evaluation of the Picture Australia online project and here in a paper to the History Teachers' Association - this link is a pdf file.

This picture is of the intersection of Albert St and Queen St (later the Queen St Mall) in Brisbane. One photo was taken in 1959, and another in 2006.
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1 comment:

Project Divinity said...

Thank you for the post! I'm glad to hear the soundscapes have offered enjoyable moments!

The album is also available in high quality CD version from levyvirasto.net:


For those who like to get "the real thing" :)

Best wishes from Finland!

-Matti (project divinity)