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Old 2007-03-20, 01:34   Link #1
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Copyright for O.S.T

Hi,

i'm new to this forum and just wanted to know if there is a copyright for the OST music, especially the bonus cd (disk 3) of dotHack "Perfect Collection".

Thanks in advance
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Old 2007-03-20, 03:09   Link #2
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1. wrong section
2. everything released in the cathegory of OST's has copyright.. so yes Hack, prfect as well... what did you think that only disc 1 and 2 had copyight and disc 3 not? it would also be disatorous to not have copyright on OST's
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Old 2007-03-20, 03:36   Link #3
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'Cause the third disk has only effect sounds on it (like level up).
I dont get the point of making a disk packed with soundeffects which has a copyright.
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Old 2007-03-20, 06:15   Link #4
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'Cause the third disk has only effect sounds on it (like level up).
I dont get the point of making a disk packed with soundeffects which has a copyright.
there is a point, for example i sometimes make videos at school, animations, films etc. and its a good way to make a stupid film with right sound effects
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Old 2007-03-20, 06:36   Link #5
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Which you were not allowed to show your classmates, if the sound samples were copyrighted material (at least not without some institutions knowing of it... you'ld need to pay fees then, each time you perform it in public places -thats at least what the GEMA does in our country). Thatswhy eromert's question...
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Old 2007-03-20, 07:22   Link #6
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Old 2007-03-20, 12:33   Link #7
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'Cause the third disk has only effect sounds on it (like level up).
I dont get the point of making a disk packed with soundeffects which has a copyright.
The sound effects are still a creative work fixed in a medium (the CD). Therefore they are, in the US at least, copyrighted.

Imagine if you were the sound designer for a program and worked really hard to create an unusual or distinctive sound effect. Would you want anyone and everyone to copy your work without your permission?
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Old 2007-03-21, 15:29   Link #8
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Which you were not allowed to show your classmates, if the sound samples were copyrighted material (at least not without some institutions knowing of it... you'ld need to pay fees then, each time you perform it in public places -thats at least what the GEMA does in our country). Thatswhy eromert's question...
if it isnt used for any commercialising stuff but just for a school project that will be deleted within the year and will have the music refference together with a 'dont own'message in it, it would eb allowed right.. not like i was planning on putting my projects on the web or show them to a huge crowd beside the teacher
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Old 2007-03-21, 16:34   Link #9
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if it isnt used for any commercialising stuff but just for a school project that will be deleted within the year and will have the music refference together with a 'dont own'message in it, it would eb allowed right.. not like i was planning on putting my projects on the web or show them to a huge crowd beside the teacher
Maybe in the Netherlands. I guess it is just stricter here... well GEMA is known for being very ... well like the PROs ASCAP and SESAC regarding non-profit organisations.
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Old 2007-03-22, 13:35   Link #10
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Maybe in the Netherlands. I guess it is just stricter here... well GEMA is known for being very ... well like the PROs ASCAP and SESAC regarding non-profit organisations.
youre probably right i dont know how things go in other countries but in here if i make something funny and show it to my friend it isnt like they would call up the cops and bust me.. what i do wonder about is that ti isnt alloed for game sound clips.. but people are allowed to use music ( AMV's etc. ) btw movie music gets used quite often in the netherlands, quite some travel challenge shows use music from example: Kingdom of Heaven and likewise work from Zimmer as background music when they show the commercial or when its in a time is ticking.. who's gonna win! kinda theme
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Old 2007-03-25, 11:43   Link #11
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Even without a notice, it is automatically copyrighted the moment it was recorded.

A 'notice' is what you are used to seeing -> Copyright 2007, Joe Bob.
or the classic 'circle C' logo. Neither are required for a copyright.

Nor does it have to be registered. But feel free to register your term papers or even your resume. Go to: http://www.copyright.gov/register/ for more info.
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Old 2007-03-25, 12:46   Link #12
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There is still the question remaining, if it is licensed/registered in Germany... otherwise eromert could easily use it here. Sure there might be a copyright violation at hand, but if nobody has licensed/registered the stuff here, than nobody will enforce the laws to prevent the usage.
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Old 2007-03-26, 14:58   Link #13
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About everything that is publicly released and costs money is probably a violation of a copyright of some sort (i.e, there's no written consent from the author/shareholder). So basically in a nutshell, yeah it's illegal.
But as Jinto Lin pin-pointed out, the chances of you being accused of copyright infringement is virtually zero if you're referring to obtaining. Although it depends on your action.
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