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WARNING - WARNING - WARNING - WARNING - WARNING
Operation Ubiquity is perhaps the end of an era. Since it was identified that, even though CRTX is indeed precursor in free underground music distribution that started as early as 1996-97, and even though the original character and feel of the legacy CRTX Headquarters engine is still, to date, an amusing labyrinth of free, unique and surprising art material, the modern spectrum of internet trafic (original cyber culture seemed to have been forgotten and threw away by the people) is now only revolving strictly within the avenues of pre packaged solutions such as Youtube, Soundcloud, Bancamp and so on. The people that we are targeting will not get out of their new habits without a costly re engineering process of the original headquarters, engaging ourselves in risky operation without the means of being able to engage and justify any appropriate propaganda campaign in the shape of effective advertising. In these pre packaged networks mentioned above, and that is a positive point, the traffic WILL come to us naturally without any advertising.

What we will do >>>

This operation will consist in multiplying the original database onto some already existing music platforms, Bandcamp and Soundcloud to start with as they have been identified being the most appropriate ones following to a sociological study and also data we had already gradually processed. We may consider extending to iTunes and some other platforms, depending on how time consuming this operation is to be. This is called Project Ubiquity.

WE NEED YOU TO HELP US WITH THIS PROJECT - CONTACT US NOW z@core-tex.org

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