The original post, in which Roll20 announced Fanbust is going down and that they can't legally become a music sharing site, is no longer around. However, you should read through this thread, <a href="https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/7206803/improving-audio-storage-and-performance" rel="nofollow">https://app.roll20.net/forum/post/7206803/improving-audio-storage-and-performance</a>, in which the legalities of music sharing are mentioned multiple times. keithcurtis said: It is my understanding that there is no searching across users, and that your music library will be similar to your art library. Roll20 mentioned this in earlier announcements, if not here. They did a lot of research to make sure they were on firm legal footing (which is why there is a listener cap within a single game). I believe this was also one of the compromises. Otherwise they would essentially become a music sharing site, with the attendant legal hurdles and license problems that entails.