[citation][nom]rocky1234[/nom]If I own the music I put to my video then that is my right. When they say if you own the music how are they to tell if you actually own it or not. Or is this why the charge you get the right to own it for that video.[/citation]
Actually, I believe that if you look at your rights under the license, it does not include the right to use it in creative works for public presentation.
I would like that people could create what they wanted without having to pay weird expensive complicated licenses, but look at it from the opposite side of "Free music is Free advertising", you effectively use someone else's work to advertise yourself. You end up eventually profiting (on noteriety) from the use of their work. In that case I don't see some kind of license as the epitome of evil. If there is one, it should be very cheap and encourage easy access to these libraries. Throw in required Title track info, record label info, like music videos, etc... no big deal.
Who knows. I see this as a step in the right direction from what we have already. The money is the carrot for other labels to do this as well. if it fails, the other labels will likely not even try something like it to change the status quo.