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Acoustic Heavy Rock
by Supercollide
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Thu, Sep 1, 2011 @ 4:35 AM
 
Ivan Chew
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permalink   Thu, Sep 1, 2011 @ 11:07 AM
I love playing heavy sounding riffs on the acoustic too. Am considering how to remix this! Thanks for sharing. Btw, wish this was released under a CC-BY cos i like to upload & share accompanying stems under the broadest CC license. But hey, it’s a wish and not a complaint. :)
 
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permalink   Supercollide Thu, Sep 1, 2011 @ 1:29 PM
Thanks so much. What is a CC-BY? And what does it mean that you can do with my sample? Just Curious.

Thanks again
 
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permalink   Ivan Chew Fri, Sep 2, 2011 @ 6:43 AM
The best place to understand the specifics of each CC license is here, at the creativecommons.org site. In brief, if you release a stem under a CC-BY license, you’re allowing others to share/ use/ modify your work — even for commercial purposes — as long as they credit you.

The way I see it, I’m allowing both commercial and non-commercial users to utilise my work. From the “distribution” point of view, I’m increasing the chances of my work being publicised for me. As to why I’d allow commercial uses, I don’t see it as being exploited. I see it as a quid pro quo: i help them and they help publicise me. Granted, they credit me of course but there’s no guarantee for this even if you release it under a NC license.
 
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permalink   Supercollide Sun, Sep 4, 2011 @ 11:26 AM
Where and Why would u publish it
 
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permalink   Ivan Chew Tue, Sep 6, 2011 @ 7:52 AM
Not sure if I understand your question. You mean why would i publish my samples under CC or publish your stems which I (hypothetically speaking) would have used?

if your question is the latter, the answer is not everyone would publish it. But I think most would create a piece of work to show at least one other person. If you’re properly credited for your work, that is one more person knowing about your work through cc.