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How come so many people get away with sampling

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« on: November 15, 2005, 13:36:02 »

For Example:

Couterstrike - Kill Switch sounds like it samples DMX or the other gruffly sounding rap star "hit um wid the hard shit"... Do you think that they actually had to get permission to use that one line of a rap song?!?

There are hundreds of DnB tunes out there that use a Rap hook, do you think that they are all legal, im talkin about the main players on the market.. Muffler, Counterstrike, Raiden, Ram Artists, etc not all the booties out there
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« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2005, 21:22:00 »

For Example:

Couterstrike - Kill Switch sounds like it samples DMX or the other gruffly sounding rap star "hit um wid the hard shit"... Do you think that they actually had to get permission to use that one line of a rap song?!?

There are hundreds of DnB tunes out there that use a Rap hook, do you think that they are all legal, im talkin about the main players on the market.. Muffler, Counterstrike, Raiden, Ram Artists, etc not all the booties out there

I think it really depends on two key factors,

1/ How militant the liscencing holding company is

and more importantly

2/ How famous or big the tune with the samples is.

I guess with a lot of underground dance music (dnb and dubstep) they just don't make enough cash or have enough publicity to be worth chasing up. Where as with more popular stuff like rap and house, you're more likely to hear it on the radios and shift a lot of units.

I guess, I dunno, I can't imagine Warner Brothers clamping my ass down for using film samples in tunes that 30 people listen to!
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« Reply #2 on: November 19, 2005, 12:55:51 »

fuck it really
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« Reply #3 on: November 19, 2005, 16:14:02 »

fuck it really
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