These beats sound amazing! Question though: I’m learning to code, and want to use these samples to learn to build a fun web-based drum kit. Would this violate the License by using the samples as source material for a virtual instrument? This would only be for me to learn, but if I’m successful, I’d want to display it for user interaction on my personal website. I wouldn’t stand to gain from it, wouldn’t offer the ability to record beats, and would give credit to 99sounds for the samples. Would this use of you guys’ awesome product be okay?
If The Times They Are a-Changin' isn't a marked step forward from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan , even if it is his first collection of all originals, it's nevertheless a fine collection all the same. It isn't as rich as Freewheelin' , and Dylan has tempered his sense of humor considerably, choosing to concentrate on social protests in the style of "Blowin' in the Wind." With the title track, he wrote an anthem that nearly equaled that song, and "With God on Our Side" and "Only a Pawn in Their Game" are nearly as good, while "Ballad of Hollis Brown" and "The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll" are remarkably skilled re-castings of contemporary tales of injustice. His absurdity is missed, but he makes up for it with the wonderful "One Too Many Mornings" and "Boots of Spanish Leather," two lovely classics. If there are a couple of songs that don't achieve the level of the aforementioned songs, that speaks more to the quality of those songs than the weakness of the remainder of the record. And that's also true of the album itself -- yes, it pales next to its predecessor, but it's terrific by any other standard.