I can see how this is such a hot potato issue. While I appreciate Kevin Macleod, I too find that his work isn't as... "epic?" as I would like. I too would like to upload as I use alot of FFXIV music, and I have all the OST cds, the problem is under our copyright law, it specifically states that: A)Play, perform or show the work in public is restricted. B)Broadcast the work or include it in a cable broadcast is restricted. Now we can totally argue the well its not public, it's private, as we need to log in, and our players need to be invited, and they can't download it from the room, it would be no different than if we were all in a living room of someone's house and playing the cd in that house. Is it broadcasting if we have 4 people in different houses all hearing the same thing? Can that point be argue? Of course it can! The issue of course, is arguing cost attorney fees, and they will also drag roll20 into this as they are the ones that "aided and abetted" if they were to provide us the means to do it. Yes they could put disclaimers and check boxes like Silveressa suggested, and it's the right thing to do, but I also know for a fact that Napster had that same disclaimer, and we know what happened to them. So I am able to see both ends, I totally get that we want to use our EPIC sounds and music, and how our screwed up copy right laws are impeding business decisions. To an extent, I agree that Roll20 should have had a plan B, since soundcloud had issues with them in the past, and soundcloud is a sinking ship financially, even if it didn't happen last weekend, they are not sustainable as a business. Well hindsight is 20/20. I agree somewhat with Brother Sharp about we should say something if it is going the wrong direction, but I feel that I also need to question, who or what decides what is "wrong", is legally correct but not what you wanted "wrong?" The point is, yes we should be vocal, but we should all do it nicely, and fairly, because it isn't just juggling with clients desire, there is a whole legal aspect that is far far more complicated they have to consider.