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- 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 !!!!
I have had a few PRS ones, PITA. Sometimes its just an admin error, Paul Thompson (Spitfire) had a story about an ad he did that went to Bryan Ferry of all people. He got 10K back .