Re: [LAU] [slightly OT] Musical citation (what is allowed?)

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1. [slightly OT] Musical citation (what is allowed?)
(Julien Claassen)

Hi Julien :)

I didn't read the whole digest, anyway, as others mentioned before, it's =
a cloudy situation.
I guess you don't sample, but e.g. plays a sequence.
1. Is there any copyright on the scale?
2. Is anybody able to hear the quoted sequence?
3. Is the one you'll quote a moneymaker or a musician? Yes, Metallica =
will sue you, Musicians don't care, they feel flattered.
4. Do you make money with this quote?
5. By random several people have the same idea at the same time, maybe =
"random" is morphogenetic.
6. By random we very often unintended quote or simply have got the same =
idea.

DON'T CARE ABOUT IT!

7. What is the situation if you modify the quote? E.g. a different =
phrasing? Or if the phrasing is important, exchange blue-notes and =
regular scale notes. At what point the quote will become a new =
composition?
8. Blame guys like Eric Clapton for stealing simple phrases, IIRC one of =
"his" songs of that kind is "man overboard".

IMO its ok to quote, what ever the law says. It only became shameful, if =
the whole song is a qouote and praised as a self-made opus.

2 Cents,

Ralf

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   1. [slightly OT] Musical citation (what is allowed?)
      (Julien Claassen)

Hi Julien :)

I didn't read the whole digest, anyway, as others mentioned before, it's =
a cloudy situation.
I guess you don't sample, but e.g. plays a sequence.
1. Is there any copyright on the scale?
2. Is anybody able to hear the quoted sequence?
3. Is the one you'll quote a moneymaker or a musician? Yes, Metallica =
will sue you, Musicians don't care, they feel flattered.
4. Do you make money with this quote?
5. By random several people have the same idea at the same time, maybe =
"random" is morphogenetic.
6. By random we very often unintended quote or simply have got the same =
idea.

DON'T CARE ABOUT IT!

7. What is the situation if you modify the quote? E.g. a different =
phrasing? Or if the phrasing is important, exchange blue-notes and =
regular scale notes. At what point the quote will become a new =
composition?
8. Blame guys like Eric Clapton for stealing simple phrases, IIRC one of =
"his" songs of that kind is "man overboard".

IMO its ok to quote, what ever the law says. It only became shameful, if =
the whole song is a qouote and praised as a self-made opus.

2 Cents,

Ralf

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Re: [LAU] [slightly OT] Musical citation (what is allowed?), Ralf Mardorf, (Thu Dec 1, 6:24 am)
Re: [LAU] [slightly OT] Musical citation (what is allowed?), Julien Claassen, (Thu Dec 1, 12:15 pm)