I can only applaud you for managing to solve these issues so fast. Good job! Robert R. said: Yeah their current uploaded tracks definitely aren't focused toward tabletop gaming, but on the other hand there wasn't much on SoundCloud for that either 4 years ago. Give it a week or two and my guess is that a lot of the community will start re-uploading stuff onto FanBurst. In the meantime, do be sure to check out the other 3 options (Tabletop Audio, Battlebards, Incompetech)...while the catalogs are more limited than the crazy amount of music on FanBurst, it's all 100% targeted toward playing RPGs which is really nice. Hopefully this new blend of having a large selection of custom-tailored RPG music along with the option to have custom content on FanBurst will work out even better long-term for everyone :-) I'm actually a little concerned about this, for this reason. This new service might not take kindly to people coming on and uploading tons of music that's not theirs, regardless of legality. For example I'm running a Doom campaign. I'm using a lot of free, available for download remixes and covers of Doom music, so it's not exactly piracy we're talking here; but I am still uploading like 300mb of music and I'm not a musician, which is what this place seems designed for. In other words I'm not sure they signed up for what's going to happen, because I doubt I am alone in this. Plus I don't want to offend the actual authors of this stuff by uploading it elsewhere (I am leaving credit in the links). This is one of the reasons I really was pushing for the Cloud Drive solution as an option, since then it could be retained privately and played for a small audience, which is far, far less gray than this might rapidly become. Doom campaign? Nice.. Anyway, I think the Roll20 team was aware of this. Just from 2 searches in Fanburst via Roll20 I found a lot of non-music stuff, like live interviews and such. I think you have nothing to worry about, and surely Roll20 would've questioned Fanburst about this. Fanburst may even have what Soundcloud have, banning things that have copyrights without permission of uploading it.