Remember when web service Muxtape was in its heyday? Admittedly, a rather short heyday before it got squashed by legal action. Mixtape For You could be its successor. The site lets people upload MP3s of songs to create personalised digital ‘mixtapes’ to be sent to one person at a time – an MP3 compilation file for each side of the virtual tape. Once every mixtape has been made, the original MP3 files are deleted from the server, and mixtapes are only available for seven days after first being viewed by the person they’re sent to. It’ll likely elicit interest from rightsholders’ lawyers, but this is exactly the kind of nifty idea that deserves to find a licensing model – and a larger audience.Source: Andrew Dubber

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