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navrig

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I have recently just started designing my own Chat Forum http://clubbersguideni.tk and was wanting to add a Music download section where people could download music from my chat forum and save it to there computer, is there a site where i can save my music to so other people can retrive it eg:- i use photo bucket.com to save my images so they are viewable on my forum but cant seem to find one where you can store your music.

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Edited by navrig, 03 August 2005 - 04:05 PM.

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It's illegal if the music is copyrighted...if you wrote the music yourself and didn't copyright it, then you can do it. Let's say I wanted to post a link to download Linkin Park's My December, I can't do it, it's illegal. That song is copyrighted by Linkin Park. You don't own it. UNderstand?
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Yes know that already, its music i have mixed myself using my decks and have recorded it but i was wanting the people on my chat forum able to download it. how would you do that?
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Well google free webspace, and see if you can find FTP access to a server you could upload them to. Then link them on your forum.
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