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Redfish / Tony Gee 1mo+21dy ago
Does anyone know if once a song is on Soundblend, can still be distributed on Streaming music platforms ... or is that just not possible?

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Octorez / Kelly Miller 2 months ago
The need to stay informed in an ever changing world of creativity. First let's look at what is used to define creativity. The Britannica website uses this as a search result. Creativity, the ability to make or otherwise bring into existence something new, whether a new solution to a problem, a new method or device, or a new artistic object or form. Maybe the next question would be, where does inspiration come from ? The ancient Greeks thought inspiration came from the "Muses". Even in the modern day, inspiration has been known to come from dreams, waking dreams, visions, or even gods and goddesses. Ordinary people sometimes think they get their inspiration from "somewhere" outside of themselves. Musicians, artists, and other creative people get in "the zone" where inspiration comes to them freely. https://letterpile.com/personal-essays/Where-Does-Inspiration-Come-From Before the words lockdown, social distancing and great reset were as usual as they are today, I felt that creativity was under some sort of attack. Information found in Scientific American Mag. describes the unconventionality of thought that is sometimes found in creative persons may be in part a resistance to acculturation, which may be seen as demanding surrender of one?s unique fundamental nature. In fact, independence is critical to the creative process, in that creative people must often be able to work alone and must also be willing to express ideas or develop products that others might perceive as radical. It should be pointed out, however, that a nonconformist lifestyle is not essential to creativity; indeed, many creative individuals lead quite ordinary lives, expressing their autonomy mainly in their unconventional ideas and work. While kompoz.com is a very user friendly and creative outlet for many including myself. I wanted to share links to other organizations you may or may not be familiar with. https://www.bmi.com/ https://artists.spotify.com/ https://soundbetter.com/

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rainerwilleke / Rainer Willeke 3mo+24dy ago
If I want to make a video to go with a finished Kompoz collab and post the video on my YouTube music channel, how does the splitting of the YouTube streaming royalties work? Thanks for any info.

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PabloGabriel / Pablo Montenegro 6mo+4dy ago
dmca.com Not long ago, a fellow kompoz suffered a plagiarism of all his records. Someone downloaded his discography and uploaded it to a music distributor as if it were his own work. Today I want to show you a new stage in the creation of content and that, although it cannot avoid illegal downloads, it can avoid plagiarism of music, designs, web pages, photographs, etc. In fact facebook in its change of policies for user copyright, is governed by this new body of content protection. This is not a tutorial, so I recommend your research. It is simply based on artificial intelligence and on the monitoring of the pages or jobs registered on your website. Best regards . https://www.dmca.com/

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MechanicalCreep / Eli A 6mo+13dy ago
Has anyone experienced a situation where they have contributed significantly to the sound recording of a song on Kompoz (like, more than just an egg shaker) and then another collaborator has released the song through a 3rd party distributor using your recordings in the song but without your consent?

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Redfish / Tony Gee 7mo+17dy ago
...... just a quick question. I am working on a video project with my colleagues at work .... about lockdown. I was considering recording a version of "we're all going to the zoo tomorrow" originally sung by Julie Felix. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTe9rhLC2XE I was wondering, if I do this, how do you go about covering copyrite/permission to use or the like in the UK? If you don't know, do you know who I could ask?

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JimG / Jim Gilkeson 9mo+9dy ago
Reposting this question, since there was no response to it two months ago: Copyright question: I have added lyrics and a new arrangement to an un-copyrighted song from 50 years ago. This was originally written by a friend who is virtually unfindable after many attempts to establish his whereabouts. Currently, I list this song as "by (name of original creator)/arrangement and additional lyrics by (me). Is there anything else I need to do? What about a split sheet under these circumstances? Thanks! ~Jim

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JimG / Jim Gilkeson 11 months ago
Copyright question: I have added lyrics and a new arrangement to an un-copyrighted song from 50 years ago. This was originally written by a friend who is virtually unfindable after many attempts to establish his whereabouts. Currently, I list this song as "by (name of original creator)/arrangement and additional lyrics by (me). Is there anything else I need to do? What about a split sheet under these circumstances? Thanks! ~Jim

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Kadje5 / Kevin Dallas 11mo+11dy ago
CAKEWALK used to have it where when you rendered your mp3s they were automatically copywrited. Anybody here know why that has changed...other than Bandlab taking over, that is?

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Redfish / Tony Gee 1yr+1mo ago
A musician and lawyer has used an algorithm to generate every possible melody in an attempt to end music copyright lawsuit claims. Working with programmer Noah Rubin, Damien Riehl built software capable of generating 300,000 melodies each second, creating a catalogue of 68 billion 8-note melodies. The melodies were then copyrighted and released into the public domain in the hope of stifling litigious musicians. https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/music-copyright-algorithm-lawsuit-damien-riehl-a9364536.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1583074571

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