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You made the vocals, you uploaded them for free usage for non-commercial, I am not going to follow your damn spotify, youtube or instagram and name my project whatever you want it to be, sorry, your contribution to the project doesn't permit you those privilege's, especially if I am spending money to make the mix happen, producer will get the title, production rights and to name it whatever he so chooses, stop trying to add stupid stipulations that hold no real merit in the court of law.
I included your name in the meta-data where it belongs.
Stop trying to drive attention of yourself to those who don't or will ever even care about you.
hey bro you good?
Of course man!
Just had some stupid vocalist for another genre I don't even care for that I made a fusion with try and put her nose where her name didn't belong :)
ay man, shi happens, keep your head up king
Yo I had this exact same thing. Made a banger with someone's vocals and then he wanted 400-500 dollars for the vocals. Like, You're a nobody. Don't have any clout, nothing. Who the fuck is gonna pay 400 dollars for a nobody's vocals lmao. Pisses me off so much. I get you want money for it but just be reasonable.
Just to clear something up - you do not own the production rights when you use someone's vocal track from here. You may find that out if someone decides to get your track taken down from wherever you are hosting it.
From the Acapella section:
Read the acapellas section of the help area for more information on how you can use the acapellas.
Seems clear to me.
Just put their name in the title if that's all they ask man. Or just don't use their vocal if you don't agree to their terms and services. It's that simple.
COPYRIGHT AND USE OF ACAPELLAS
I think we should all show a bit of appreciation to the guys who upload acapellas. And by that I mean in part by doing the decent thing and try to do what they ask, if reasonable. A fair few people have stopped uploading vocals because of people doing exactly what you are doing and so those of us who use them all end up suffering in the end.
As someone who posts accapellas, i don't have the heart to change my old no-copyrights to copyrights because it feels unfair. But producers will take the ones that say "dont release without permission" put them on spotify, ruining my artist page, then dm me the link as if i wouldve ever collabed with them.
Its the main reason i don't post accapellas anymore, and why i don't talk to producers who only produce
OP is absolute nonsense having nothing to do with copyright laws and or business norms.
Producers who use my vocals and don't follow guidelines get CND forms and lose all of their hard work. Links get taken down. Then I register the derivative works and collect in case there was streaming.
Follow the rules and make money together. Contact the rights holders before you sign or distribute and arrange for percentages or licensing fees. If you don't you will probably get blacklisted with some labels, because stealing IP and presenting it as your own wastes their time and money and hurts their reputation.
Hot pro tip: Don't insult the rights owners you steal from if you want to have a good career in music.
-Technically I can right a contract clause requiring you to videotape yourself kissing a shoe that I mail to you in exchange for usage rights. I wouldn't, but I could. Because I own and control all of my generated materials unless I sign it away.
If you really don't want to work on IP holder's terms I suggest you generate your own content and stop complaining.
Thanks for posting!
So EyeWaz, anyone here should be able to take what you've made, sample and use it, and we're good if we meta tag you?
Your post can only be viewed as a joke when the first acapella of yours that comes up states this in the first line of the description:
"Description : Just make sure you include Feat EyeWaz in the title."
The second states this stipulation:
"Description : It is just a random verse I wrote regarding a current event, I intend to actually complete this song for the right producer with a profit split for monetized distributors."
And the third that pulls up says this:
"Description : Contact @EyeWaz on instagram or facebook for commercial usage.
Non-Commercial Usage, Please include "Remix feat. @EyeWaz" in the title."
You think because you are paying money to complete the mix that you all of the sudden own all the rights to it? You are sadly misinformed. With your attitude, I hope whatever remix or whatever you did BLOWS UP, and you swiftly get sued for royalties, because your high and mighty attitude is going to put that reality in your future.
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