Diana Rasmussen
Diana Rasmussen
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Folk - Rock | Milton, Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,429   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 7/30/2014
   Sounds Like: Annie Lennox, Alison Krauss

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Tried by fire - pounded down by pain - yet she refuses to give up. Like a Phoenix she rises from the ashes of her past to fly on the wind like an Eagle.

Diana Rasmussen is a Musician, Worship Leader, Blogger, Author, and Youth Leader based in southern WI. She has won many awards for her music at Broadjam, Inc. in the folk, country, pop, and jazz genres. Her music has also been on Women of Substance Radio.

Learn more about her journey out of darkness and into the light at Prayers and Promises.

http://www.prayersandpromises.org

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Latest News

Collaborations are definitely the way to go. We all have gifts. Gifts we were made to share with one another.

HEARTSTRINGS - collab with Cyndi Corkran

BLACK GARBAGE BAGS - collab with Chris Williams and Chameleon

RAINDROPS ARE TEARS - collab with Nathaniel Jones of Protilius Productions

WHEN A COWBOY'S HEART BREAKS - collab with Kenney Nougera of Uncle Spider and the Electric Dirt Clods and Chameleon

SHOELACES OF GRACE and HIDEAWAY - collab with Peter Schwepker


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Cyndi Corkran posted 1 day ago to Diana Rasmussen


Diana,
Your "Princess Warriors" video is very moving; gorgeous images, and your music is really fine, and befitting those images. Great message and production!


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Diana Rasmussen posted 24 hours ago


Thank you Cyndi :)


Julia Schmidt posted 23 hours ago


Agree with Cyndi!! Love the images..Words and music..very moving:))


NashvilleJoe posted 2 days ago to Diana Rasmussen


WOW!--you sure have some great songs--I listened to FIREFLIES again--5 stars--JESUS THE ANOINTED ONE--5 stars--really nice--thanxs--joe


   
 
Diana Rasmussen posted 2 days ago to Diana Rasmussen


Here is more info from my friend Steve at CCMNI, a Christian Songwriting Site. It was helpful to me so I thought I would share it:

Guys--

The answer to all of this is not very clear, yet there is a good explanation. T, you might forward this to Diana and anyone else.
Unfortunately, there are two different situations happening here: the 'third party content' mess PLUS someone actually stealing Diana's music. They are not one in the same. Diana, you need to get a lawyer and have that lawyer send a CEASE AND DESIST letter to Ashton Grey. Get that song removed.

All of this mess is in regard to how music is being monetized in the digital realm, plus, it's easier than ever for anyone to take your music. So, for the simplest of reactions, simply pull your music if you'd like to, since there are no real clear explanations, and there is no real huge money involved. If any of you are putting your music up at any of these places and you don't have the song protected, shame on you. For the most part, people aren't stealing songs, but rather are re-posting other's songs in order to make money from their YouTube channels. That's really great news for you if your song is protected. If people are truly stealing your songs, then you had better go after them.

Check this out, below. This is what is going on with the whole 'third party content' mess.

CDBaby, Soundcloud, and Broadjam (probably more) have partnered with a few digital music companies (one of who is Rumblefish) to help with the id'ing of digital content. What CDBaby, for example, will do with their artists is to partner with Rumblefish. Rumblefish puts a digital stamp on the artist's music. Now any time that this song shows up at a third party delivery system, such as YouTube, the 'third party content' message will pop up because this is how YouTube handles this digital stamp.

As far as YouTube is concerned, you as the artist have two choices: ignore the 'third party content' message and do not dispute it (and this is what CD Baby and others recommend) because this is only telling you that the digital stamp is working. If you are the original author, then you have nothing to worry about. Rumblefish will keep counting the digital hits it receives whenever the song is played.

Here's the deal: if you plan on having a YouTube channel AND you intend on monetizing your channel, so you can take advantage of hits on YouTube, you will not be allowed to do so with any Rumblefish id'd songs, which leads to the second choice below:

The second choice you can make is to dispute the 'third party content' claim and tell them you are the original author. Now you can monetize your YouTube channel, if you desire.

Very confusing, for sure. But the simplest of all things remain: if you are going to post your songs in the internet, you had better have them copyrighted.

Steve


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DeDe posted 2 days ago


Yay, a great explanation. Yes, this is exactly right!
DeDe


Cyndi Corkran posted 2 days ago


Yes, very succint, albeit, somewhat confusing to the novice, but clear as to first and formost.....copyright, before posint anything. Thanks Diana for posting, and again, good luck dear!


Ed Verner posted 2 days ago


I had a song I had digitally distributed and then later used part of it on one of my youtube promotional videos... youtube sent me the 3rd party email... I contacted them as to my copyright, my contract for digital distribution, and that I produced not only the song, and it's distribution under my copyright, but also produced and directed the short video clip... it was agony and I finally gave up... I just pulled the video and used other music... crazy sometimes. Sometimes communicating with youtube has been less than satisfying, but still a great promo tool.


MATT_T posted 2 days ago


At this point Broadjam does not send songs through Rumblefish or any similar service.


Diana Rasmussen posted 2 days ago


Thank you Matt - I really appreciate the way you protect our songs and our music!
Diana


Cyndi Corkran posted 2 days ago


Yes, thanks Matt!


NashvilleJoe posted 23 hours ago


I'll go look this guy up myself in a little bit--thanks for the info--joe


Diana Rasmussen posted 21 hours ago


Well - talked with a lawyer...have to make a choice to pursue it or not - rates are high, and most of the time The offender may or may not take it down. She advised me that most of the time no monies will be granted. Great. Sometimes this music biz is just not right...I hate thieves!


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