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  1. Jan's work is so amazing. Most film soundtracks don't really hold your ear without the accompanying visuals. The ED and BBB soundtracks, however, I can listen to constantly, and they're even better without the visuals to distract you.

  2. @Francisco Oritz:

    It's his music. He doesn't want people selling it in soundtracks, etc. without his permission.

  3. I don't see why worry about the license. It's not like it would be hard to get permssion.
    Also, Jan is a very good composer, It's surprising that he even does a CC license.

    Anyways, the soundtrack is very nice.

    Just in case you do want to get permission,here is a link to Jan Morgenstern's website:
    http://www.wavemage.com/

  4. "No Derivative Works" - I don't like THIS. Movie is free. Soundtrack is not. :(
    And there is also no "source code" of the music and probably was made in closed source applications. Sad but I know that it's hard right now to make open music studio.
    I like the music. It's great. Just the licence is wrong for project like BBB.

  5. If the license were wrong for such a project, then it wouldn't have been agreed upon. It's extremely generous for Jan to let people use it at all. Not being for commercial use is the only restriction anyway.

    The "no derivative works" thing barely matters unless you're a master composer, and in that case why would you be making derivative works?

  6. Any chance some Blender enthusiast will re-render this move in stereoskopic 3D form (from 2 cameras) ? Our comapny GALi-3D is open to give advice how to do this and help to show the result on film festivals ...

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