CASH Music, an acronym for Coalition of Artists and Stake Holders, attempts to find healthy sustainability for artists while giving listeners more of a stake in the music for a new and better experience. Born out of a conversation between musicians Kristin Hersh and Donita Sparks, CASH focuses on making art creation a sustainable and equitable progress.
CASH Music uses CC licenses on all of their projects. Different elements of different projects require different licences, meaning that CASH isn;t committed to a specific type of licensing.
CASH uses CC licences because it allows them to better participate in a changign musical landscape. In asking Jesse Von How why they chose to use CC licences, he replied "The real question is how could we have done it without [CC]" (link). CASH finds CC to be a 'sustainable' method for licensing and sets up from the get go their projects as remixable, sharable, and the like.
You can see exampels of CASH's media at their website.
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