Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Reclaiming My Treasures (from Internet pirates)

  • It's REALLY hard for recording
artists to sell music these days.
Most, if not all, record stores have closed down and 
the internet pirates make it very difficult for 
internet retail. They download then post free links to songs that don't belong to them, thereby stealing food from the copyright owners' and artists' mouthes.
   Some argue that if they're posting it, that means 
they like it and wish to spread the word.
Well, if you like an artist and their music, isn't it 
even more cool to show support by encouraging 
purchases? After all, that's why the music is released on RETAIL sites and not in blogs.
Do we want you to blog about our music? YES! But we 
also want you to post the links to listen & PURCHASE, 
not links to unauthorized downloads.
Pirates are winning because we're not fighting....
SO, here's a bit of armor to help 
protect YOUR music in this battle.
Here's an approved template to send to any unauthorized download site! IT WORKS! so be diligent!

    I am the copyright owner of this master and 
have not authorized it's use for free download.
   Use of the below-mentioned material is not 
authorized by the copyright owner, 
its agents, or the law.
(Insert song title & unauthorized link)
   Please be so kind as to remove it from your server, as it was illegally posted.
   The information in this notice is accurate, under 
penalty of perjury.

Thank you.
Your Name:
Your Address:
Your Phone #:   
Your Email:

FREE download: www.INAYADAY.com

1 comment:

  1. Amen to this! We'll agreed, however this is so sad & unfortunate hey. I wish KARMA upon all do that unlawful act of posting free downloads. Spoken from the heart of a fellow producer. Quinton Parsons a.k.a $moove d(-_-)b