Hartmut Noack wrote:
Not quite. I feel strongly that as there are so many people who remix
with unlicensed samples it is pointless to expect everyone to get
permission before doing so. It's also highly impractical in many cases.
I don't remember suggesting that. You have perceived my comments that way.
I don't give a !!! If an artist wants to remix someone else's work then
they should be free to do so. If they want to sell it without clearing
the license then they should expect to hear from a lawyer.
So now you are suggesting that a remix is a nearly pointless exercise
done by someone who is incapable of technical expertise with more
advanced audio software?
> And yes! the whole concept of open source is the opposite of leeching
So now a remix is leeching as well as thievery and to top it off highly
immoral and a reflexion of an inferior personality?
This is great. I'm looking forward to finding out more about the level
of musical snobbishness that abounds in this community.
"Anything your mind can see you can manifest physically, then it will
become reality" - Macka B