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 December 2014

Hey friends and Free Music Archive'rs!

As we get ready for 2015, the Free Music Archive is gearing up for lots of changes! We are working to improve the site, build a fresh FMA app for iOS, hold a couple of song contests, and teach some webinars in the coming months. 

You can always stay on top of FMA news via the FMA BlogTwitter or Facebook

Ready for winter? 

Looking for some Creative Commons licensed, holiday-inspired music to soundtrack your latest series of videos of snowball fights or gift-unwrapping frenzies? Need a fresh song or two in your Holiday Party Mix? Check out this playlist of holiday & winter instrumentals! [image credit]

Fresh Songs Monday Through Friday!

We know, there are a zillion sounds on the Free Music Archive - and more every day. If you want a taste of what we offer at FMA, but don't know where to begin, try checking out our Song of the Day! You can subscribe via iTunes and have it delivered fresh every morning, or follow our daily links on Twitter

Radio Free Culture! 

Radio Free Culture episodes are back, and coming out every Thursday morning! For those of you who are unfamiliar, Radio Free Culture is a weekly podcast that explores digital culture, net neutrality, piracy, the broadcast spectrum, digital rights, archives and libraries in the internet age, and more. It's produced by the Free Music Archive in cooperation with WFMU with some help from the National Endowment for the Arts. Click to subscribe via iTunes[image credit]

We Got Hacked! (In a good way.) Ross and Cheyenne went to Music Hack Day in Boston, MA in early November and an application was developed called Endsound that lets you make real-time ambient sonic collaborations, using FMA tracks as backing music. [image credit]

We want you! We are looking for volunteers! If you are interested in helping us out, send Cheyenne a message! We are always looking for people who want to scour the web for new Creative Commons music, review music submissions from original artists, write blog entries, tag songs to help others find stuff, and more. [image credit]

Keep the Free Music Archive free for all! We have more than 75,000 songs in our catalog to date - and growing! Do you love what we do? Would you like to help keep us up and running? Consider making a donation today

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