Facebook brings music closer to social media
Starting June 5, FB users from some countries can use free music tracks as video tracking columns that post and can also use the new “Lip sync live” feature that lets you track live videos where they can make famous song playback. Users can also use music in their videos while the music industry is gaining money from it. “Along the music industry, we’re working on a project that lets people from all over the world use music in videos that post FBs, opening new doors to creativity and sharing memories with loved ones,” said two of Fb’s directors . These functions were preceded since Fb began to sign contracts with big publishers and major record labels such as Sony, Universal and Warner Bros. Music enthusiasts are already enjoying a long silence after the “Myspace” platform promoting and distributing music was closed in the year 2000. This new feature will allow users to use songs or famous pieces without fear of copyrights, but this problem remains when content is published on platforms like Youtube, for example.