|Deutsch: Schild an einem Lokal in Granada, das nur CC-Musik spielt (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
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In this episode:
We talk with the creative commons musician JKrupp.
Here are Doug's note from the interview.
Where did the project name originate?
short for Jeremy?
Give us an overview of your music
singer-songwriter that also plays drums and spinning songs on his iPhone
What application do you use to edit on your iPhone?
doing hip hop now, which is easier to “crack out”
e-d.j.-ing ← free app with two turntables
you can accumulate points
What drew you to Creative Commons?
Just seemed simpler
Why do you use the the license you use?
if it got the right point
What are your musical ambitions?
playing guitar for 25 years
ProTools for ~10 years, Logic and GarageBand
recording on iPhone
Where can people find stuff off of Soundcloud?
nowhere. recording own work is good
so, back to music...
went to film school to be a director
lots of film audio
jazz guitar ← took private lessons
does videos of jam sessions
he has a rehearsal studio
What is the Creative Commons culture like in San Fran, the home of Broken Cities, Severed Fifth Emcee Lynx and CC itself?
not a big CC scene
What are your other projects, if any?
He’s looking for a drummer. Met at a stock rehearsal space
met a member of Flipper who was replaced by Nirvana’s bass player!
Do you gig locally?
was in a jazz trio doing weddings and such but hopes to do more
What are some of your favorite bands/artists/genres, CC or otherwise?
goes through phases
Eugene McDaniels “Jagger the Dagger” sampled by a lot of hip-hop guys
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma_Rainey “shave ‘em dry”
Who are some people you think we should try to get on the show (aka, who are the important people in Creative Commons music today)?not really
Before we go, how did you find our Soundcloud group?
just uploading to various groups
Creative Commons was a draw too
Is there anything else you would like to say/tell us about?
Tom talks a bit about ccmixter.org