They copyrighted 68.7B melodies and put them in the public domain to fight bogus copyright lawsuits

With Ed Sheeran victorious in an important song plagiarism case, we thought it was the perfect time to re-share a post about a project designed to combat the high volume of dubious lawsuits.

This week’s Flashback Friday resurfaces a post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0

Every Possible Melody Has Been Copyrighted, Stored On A Single Hard Drive

In a unique effort to combat the high volume of dubious lawsuits flying back and forth in the music industry, a team of musicians has recorded every possible melody onto a single hard drive and then put each melody in the public domain.


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