Old 11-15-2020, 12:01 PM   #261
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Have we asked death grips for permission to use their self-released music in the past?
I'm aware people can still have the rights to own their self-released things
Not to my knowledge. They do have their own label for everything other than The Money Store (which was released on Epic), so it's possible but very unlikely they would give permission.

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Minecraft asset (audio) permissions under these guidelines:

- NOT make people think that you or what you are doing is official; approved or endorsed by us; or associated or connected with us;
- NOT be unlawful, deceptive, obscene, harmful or disparaging;
- NOT take action that would harm or damage any of our Brands or any of our Assets;
- NOT include anything else around it that makes people think that you or what you are doing is official; approved or endorsed by us; or associated or connected with us;

- do so in a way that honestly and fairly describes those things or the purpose of them;
- ensure that the Name (which includes any confusingly similar name) is not the first word, doesn't use any - other aspect of any of our Brands or Assets as part of any related branding, including as or as part of any logo;
- make it clear that the product is unofficial and not from Minecraft or approved by Minecraft.

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- credit the music author, not Minecraft
- can't promote the game as "having music from Minecraft" or implying partnership or official ties with Minecraft
- can't use their content as promotion for the game itself

Follow those, and you can technically use Minecraft's music in-game, since Minecraft is ok with its use in non-commercial ventures under these guidelines. Can read more about it here. https://account.mojang.com/documents/brand_guidelines
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Old 11-16-2020, 01:27 AM   #262
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Seems like everything from the klassik-resampled song library is CC-BY-NC-ND (http://klassik.sfahl.de/index.php/en...sum1/copyright) and so this site might be a good place to look for recordings of classical music if IMSLP falls short.

http://klassik.sfahl.de/index.php/en/

The reconstructions are a little robotic, but might be a great source for stuff like concertos and symphonies that are very famous and recognizable but basically don't have public domain/non-copyright recordings simply because of their difficulty and scale.
Just a thought.

EDIT- as usual for this kind of embedded mp3 player, you can yoink the .mp3s straight from the player even for the ones that don't have a download link by viewing the source and appending the .mp3 link from the player directly to http://klassik.sfahl.de/audio/...whatever.mp3
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Old 11-16-2020, 02:10 AM   #263
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Seems like everything from the klassik-resampled song library is CC-BY-NC-ND (http://klassik.sfahl.de/index.php/en...sum1/copyright) and so this site might be a good place to look for recordings of classical music if IMSLP falls short.

http://klassik.sfahl.de/index.php/en/

The reconstructions are a little robotic, but might be a great source for stuff like concertos and symphonies that are very famous and recognizable but basically don't have public domain/non-copyright recordings simply because of their difficulty and scale.
Just a thought.

EDIT- as usual for this kind of embedded mp3 player, you can yoink the .mp3s straight from the player even for the ones that don't have a download link by viewing the source and appending the .mp3 link from the player directly to http://klassik.sfahl.de/audio/...whatever.mp3
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The consensus on creative commons licenses for FFR is that ND is generally a no-go. FFR could be considered building upon the work which ND explicitly denies. Version 1.0 appears to be okay, but that's a grey area. This website's copyright date is in 2009 and creative commons was at 3.0 by then.

Other licenses are okay.
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Old 11-16-2020, 03:23 AM   #264
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The consensus on creative commons licenses for FFR is that ND is generally a no-go. FFR could be considered building upon the work which ND explicitly denies. Version 1.0 appears to be okay, but that's a grey area. This website's copyright date is in 2009 and creative commons was at 3.0 by then.

Other licenses are okay.
Can confirm this. ND is a no-go. tl;dr, 'adaptive works' were not originally classified as a derivative in 1.0 versions of the license, which is what FFR falls under, since we're adapting the work to be in sync with other content. All ND-related licenses have specifically pointed this out and included adaptive works as a derivative in all licenses beyond 1.0 stating:

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Old 11-17-2020, 10:36 PM   #265
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The consensus on creative commons licenses for FFR is that ND is generally a no-go. FFR could be considered building upon the work which ND explicitly denies. Version 1.0 appears to be okay, but that's a grey area. This website's copyright date is in 2009 and creative commons was at 3.0 by then.

Other licenses are okay.
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got permissions from Deathmachine (https://djdeathmachine.bandcamp.com/) to use a song called Synapsids VIP, since I already have a chart for it



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Have we asked death grips for permission to use their self-released music in the past?
I'm aware people can still have the rights to own their self-released things
I asked a few years ago but never got a response so I assumed they weren't interested
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