I publish all the content on this blog under a Creative Commons license designed for Attribution, Non Commercial, Share Alike distribution.
What does it means? It means that you can enjoy and download my mixdecks for free but, in case you will publish them somewhere else on the web, I ask you to give to me and the artists (i.e. track list) full Attribution, then of course I ask you to use my mix for Non Commercial purposes and, if it’s not asking too much, I also ask you to Share Alike the content from this blog, meaning that you can further share it from your website or blog, but only if you clearly distribute it under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike license.
As for the music I mix, the full copyright for the tunes in my mixdecks and live recordings is owned by the respective artists, bands and/or publishing/recording labels (see tracklist for details). I make no commercial use of this music and I mix it only for my pleasure and my friends’ and, as reported at the Burningmax blog, I regularly buy the music (no piracy), so I hope both artists and labels won’t get bitchy about my sharing policy.
I personally design the cover art for all Morphinauts’ recordings by using a regularly licensed Photoshop software, and my pictures or illustrations as raw images. Occasionally, I use royalty free and Creative Commons images that I found browsing Google Images and Flickr, such as the psychedelic images used as background for each page of this blog. When I use pictures that require attribution, I attribute – as in this case or this.
If you think a picture I used for this blog is yours or copyright protected, please get in touch immediately via email – contact me at morphinauts at gmail, and I’ll immediately attribute the credits or take the picture down, if you prefer so.
Last credits for the images used in the slideshow of the Morphinauts homepage go to the master film director Wim Wenders. Besides the fact that his cinematography can possibly be among the many inspirations for the Morphinauts project, the images I created for the homepage slideshow are inspired, remixed and manipulated from the dream sequences of the cult movie “Until the end of the world” (1991) – if you haven’t seen it yet, go watch it now!