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your up and comming.
@ gods at play: trust me, its a daunting task to learn the pulv, but once you get the hang of it, making sounds is amazing...i recommend you open up well known tracks by more veteran artists around here and look at what they did to their pulvs, then emulate what they did with a pulv of your own...
NOTE!: DO NOT just copy what they did, simply use their pulv work as a groundpoint from where you start yours, thats one way i learned...its was hell of work, but its been very useful :D
@ TopHat I'm experimenting with the pulv right now. Hard to figure all this stuff out :/ Thank you for the advice.
CC By SA is usually a License for loops that people sell so that others can use them in commercial work but putting a cc sa license on a whole track would allow any one to download your track and legally sell it
And if another person whats to remix that song, they CANNOT copyright it themselves, but set it as CC as well, because it is technically your work still and you can't copyright a copy.
When I started audiotool I was strictly samples, but eventually you will realize how much samples truly limit you as an artist. Art should be original. The All Rights Reserved is on audiotool for those that want to sell their music through a medium like bandcamp or whatever and disables others to download their tracks for free and remix, whereas CC and the other CC allows you to remix and download for free.
Bass sounds cool with studio headphones on. But I will put in my 1.5 cents in and say to avoid the confusion, grow out sample use, unless you alter and distort them so much it is unrecognizable. There are certain genres of music in which it is actually cool to sample off of oldies and vocals that are either created by themselves or others. But in order to avoid any craziness, they simply made their own samples to distort and mold into a beautiful monster.
Thank you for the help :) Can you explain the licensing more? I'm a bit confused on that...
another cool track, nice one! :D
@ Uprising: could you enlighten me in this? i always felt that in order to make money out of a track that uses loops made by others an extra step had to be taken, possibly having to do with a license...
Would this mean that even with the said license, issues would occur given that the loop is still not originally yours?
Personally, i moved away from using loops to make my songs, now everything is made by hand... :3
the C C be SA confuses me though because you can use samples from contributors then lower your license from SA_NA k=like you did her and under the cc BY SA licens lets others sell your work even if you used loops that were ofiginally CC-By NA SA and changed them . I would just stay out of that grey area if i was you
to answer Your Q :)
you can only publish tracks on I tunes to sell of you get the permission from the people that created the original loops .. Not necessarily the person that uploaded the loop into audio tool in some cases. or publish them with an all rights reserved license
i like the Samples you used