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I got it straight away , great sounds and a big expansion on the original. I really dont see the issue with false positives on tunesat etc unless loads of composers do all drum cues at the same tempo and with the same patches. Hardly likely is it ? By its very nature it’s a library for supporting rhythms underneath melody and harmonic content.June 8, 2020 at 12:03 pm in reply to: Looking for merciless critiques on mixing/mastering #35122
Sounds great, perfect for the spot, the whole point about music for picture (especially in advertising) is that it plays a totally supportive role to the product. In this case a very expensive bike!!!! Nothing jars or sticks out well done
Certainly in some territories you can definitely copyright an arrangement of a public domain song. Usually exists with traditional folk songs here in Ireland and UK.
Interesting tim-b, tx for link.
I am sure they do but the whole point of Splice is using Royalty free loops/stems in your own music without issue.
Where there is a hit there is a writ
Not sure, I am guessing that its stems from Jareds tracks. If so what would happen if you composed a new track using these and then submitted it to JP ?
Rick Beato does the best breakdown of this. The previous vids I have heard have altered the pitch and tempo of the KP track so it sounds like a mashup, hardly proof of anything. Another BS lawsuit IMHO
If we’re talking about the same library, I once got asked to change _all_ of the major chords in a future bass track to minor chords because the track wasn’t sounding dark enough. When that wasn’t enough, it was suggested: “Hmm, we might have to make them diminished chords then”.
And we have winner, can’t beat that !!!!