Keep in mind that copyright-free means public domain, not "free as in speech". I don't understand exactly about the licensing issues in LMMS, but cc-by(-sa) should be fine.

2009/3/7 Marc Carson <marc@marccarson.com>
Are your sounds copyright-free, or what? I think we'd need to know the
license in order to distribute them.

alex kakos wrote:
> I think its a nice idea if we add more soundpacks/Samples in the LMMS
> i believe whats on default its not enough. i have many kicks snares
> hithats etc in a wav format do i have to convert them to ogg ?
>
>

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