Copyrights for recordings

The copyrights of specific pieces remain at the sole disposal of the respective authors/composers or persons or legal persons authorized by them. Copyrights for specific editions of the project as a whole is held by the administrator of Studio Nagrań forum who is the sole representative of the forum community.

Presenting a piece of music to any edition of the project means that the presenter is the author (co-author) and performer (co-performer) of the piece and holds all copyrights to the piece – any violation of this principle remains within the sole responsibility of the presenter of the piece.

Rules for sharing songs

Individual editions of the project are available online in the Releases section (mid-quality mp3 stream) and as high-quality mp3 file sets and/or lossless CD-DA images, including full artwork, in the Download section. mp3 files and CD-DA images may be available free of charge also through other Internet web sites, p2p networks and/or ftp servers, depending on current needs.

The recordings published within the project are available under Creative Commons (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) license and may be distributed free of charge as CD copies, on the other media or on the internet as mp3 files and full images, but only as the whole set (“as is”). It is forbidden to copy or share single pieces of music without the entire set. It is acceptable to broadcast freely the whole set or single pieces on the radio and other media provided that the information about the project is included. Commercial use of the whole set or single pieces of the Contemporary Electronic Soundscapes project without prior consent of the author(s) is forbidden.

Goal of the project

Contemporary Electronic Soundscapes (CES in short) is a project promoting Polish classical electronic music. It is run by the users of Polish forum Studio Nagrań. It is a non-commercial endeavour reflecting common passion.

The classic electronic music, as well as so-called new electronica, is a very broad spectrum of many styles. The idea behind the project is to see how composers of various inspirations, sensitiveness, imagination and sets of instruments respond to a single, defined topic. Each edition of the project will be devoted to a different topic.