Did you create these tracks?
No, I simply mixed them.
Every track used in mixing, by DJ Mistress Macabre of Chaos Angel Music was downloaded from freepd.com a site of public domain music, generously donated by their creators, Kevin MacLeod and Frank Nora...to whom I'll be eternally grateful.
Their selfless generosity is allowing me to live my dream.
Can anyone claim ownership of the tracks you've used?
Of course they can. But they can also claim they have morning coffee with Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe at Graceland.
Doesn't make it so.
In fact, I've just recently had it out with one of the most powerful online music entities in the world today, due to some jerk taking a track, generously donated by Kevin MacLeod to the public domain and not only claiming it was theirs, but had the audacity to copyright the track, neglecting to even change the title.
So...the large online music entity wouldn't allow me to use the, even mixed, track.
Did they break the law?
Unfortunately not...because the music is public domain.
Was what they did, very much jerky because now they're causing problems for other musicians, myself included?
What if someone claims copyright infringement?
They'd better have a good lawyer, because legal action on my end, will be swift and NASTY!
I have ironclad, concrete proof that the tracks I've mixed are free of any ownership, copyright and/or liens.
Liars and thieves won't be tolerated.
Can I get your music in any other format?
I'm a Greenie. If I can help reduce waste and abuse on the environment, I do.
MP3s are completely green and environmentally non invasive.
No plastic, no paper...etc.