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Prof. m.Stereo
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permalink   Mon, Jan 17, 2005 @ 10:00 PM
I’m sample lots of stuff, but in this domain, i’m uploading only CC or my original with no samples.

How to report, people using uncleared samples on this site. I hear some stuff with uncleared samples (Lavoura Eletro Orlandivo’s Dream is one of those).

Thanks
Mike Linksvayer
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permalink   Tue, Jan 18, 2005 @ 8:17 AM
Post ‘em to this thread for the time being. I suppose we should have a "flag" link next to each track fro such purposes at some point.
Prof. m.Stereo
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permalink   Tue, Jan 18, 2005 @ 8:22 AM
Ok. I’m not an RIAA agent, and have more things to do (like new remixes), but if i see somenthing i post here.
admin
admin
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permalink   Wed, Jan 19, 2005 @ 1:48 PM
The "Is It Legal?" FAQ you see under the ‘Visitors’ section is on the top left of this page. Here’s the link:

http://ccmixter.org/isitlegal

It has a link to use to report such issues under the words ‘let us know’:

http://ccmixter.org/profile...

Please feel free to use it now if you think there is an issue, we’d rather know now than later.

We had considered putting a flag link on every song before we went public with the site but decided the song links/pages were busy enough. If it becomes an issue we’ll definitely consider it again.

Thanks,
Victor
Kyro
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permalink   Fri, Jan 28, 2005 @ 3:31 AM
What about using dialog clips from movies and TV? Just a phrase or two here and there? Where do clips for background fit it? Like if the TV is left on and ambient noise is playing off of it?

The vocal clip in "I’ll Tell You What You Need" (it’s uploaded) is a heavily modified clip recorded from the background. Where does that stand?
admin
admin
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permalink   Fri, Jan 28, 2005 @ 5:55 AM
Quote: What about using dialog clips from movies and TV? Just a phrase or two here and there? Where do clips for background fit it? Like if the TV is left on and ambient noise is playing off of it?

The vocal clip in "I’ll Tell You What You Need" (it’s uploaded) is a heavily modified clip recorded from the background. Where does that stand?


Unfortunately the old school record industry seems to know no lower bounds when it comes to the duration or use of the sample:

http://www.downhillbattle.o...

Hence Creative Commons and the movement to create an alternative pool of sounds that are not goverened by industry lawyers and other short-sighted folks.

By uploading to this site you agreed to only use samples that you own or have permission to use. If the sound is audible, even if you manipulated it (as in the "3 notes" example above) and you don’t have permission to use then you must remove them from the track and re-upload the cut or remove the cut completely from the site.

We didn’t write the rules, we’re just trying to right them.

There is a lot of great spoken word samples at http://archive.org some of which is covered under a CC that allows for derivative works. (If it’s marked with a ‘noderivs’ then usually a quick email the to submitter will get you permission.)

Victor
indieish.com
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permalink   Fri, Jan 28, 2005 @ 7:29 PM
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There is a lot of great spoken word samples at http://archive.org some of which is covered under a CC that allows for derivative works. (If it’s marked with a ‘noderivs’ then usually a quick email the to submitter will get you permission.)


Try the Prelinger archives at Archive.org, there’s really too much footage to go through in total. Loads of great 50’s and 60’s baby boom, nuclear age freakyness. Almost everything contained within is in the public domain. The full length public domain features have some good material in them as well, but again going through it all can be daughnting.

I’ll try and put together a pack of samples that I’ve clipped from them, with attribution and upload them in the future.