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Patrick Shirkey schrieb:
>> So if the there is probability, that single persons act uncivilized,
You state, that to respect authorship is naive/nonsense/pointless
because there are so many people out there, that do not care for it.
>> Again: there are more methods that those,
You speak of "artists" as if *every* artist or at least
a vast majority of musicians needs samples to make music.
Yet it is so, that the vast majority of music being made does not
incorporte such material.
> It's a complete PITA and generally completely unnecessary step. It's an
Now for the last time:
do you think, that is cool and decent?
>> Fetch MSWindows, get MAGIX Music Maker and klick your hit!
everybody may use open source software for whatever
everybody may want to do - i do not speak about licenses.
Stuff like Music Maker is designed for people, that simply want to
consume something whithout bothering too much about its origin.
So if you do not care for the originators of the tracks, you use,
to present yourself as an creator of art, you might want to use
a software, that is designed for easy consumtion.
And yes! the whole concept of open source is the opposite of leeching
- - it is respectfull collaboration for mutual advantage
and public interest.
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