Does anyone know how to upload a mixtape to YouTube without getting copyrighted? I have some of my stuff and some other peoples stuff. I tried uploading a mix once but it got blocked. If anyone knows it would be appreciated. It will always get flagged. YouTube is bad place to post mixes.
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Your DJ mix was taken down for copyright infringement
Have a mix that you think qualifies? Translated via Google , he shares that as a result of negotiations for the new Soundcloud Go service, mixes are now totally legal to upload on the site:. During the negotiations for our subscription service as well as an agreement was with collecting societies like GEMA achieved in Germany. This means that DJ mixes can now be legally and problem-free on SoundCloud. So this is a very positive news for DJs. Unfortunately not mentioned was other content that producers have worked hard on and gotten takedown notices for — including bootleg remixes and mashups. All mixes below were uploaded with permission of the original DJ who made the mix. We want to add yours!
uploading on soundcloud w/o being copyrighted?
Remember Me? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of I noticed DJ's everywhere whether famous, or not uploads on soundcloud just fine. I always get copyrighted with mine ;; Thanks in advance. Any music you create without sampling others' is automatically copyrighted. Going through the effort to register your work with the copyright office gives you additional benefits like the right to go after punitive damages I don't know what soundcloud's policies are, but I doubt they require you to copyright your creations before uploading them. Now if you mean getting permissions to sample from the copyright holder of originals being sampled, that's another story.
Because the rights afforded by copyright law are exclusive to the copyright owner s , you will infringe copyright if you make use of the copyrighted work without the permission of the copyright owner s - for example, if you copy or adapt a copyright work, or make it available on the internet. Simple as that. If you do use someone else's work, make sure you have the necessary permissions — this will usually take the form of a license from the copyright owner s , which you may have to pay for. There are certain instances where you may be able to use excerpts of copyrighted material without a license — for example, if you use a small part of someone else's work for the purposes of criticism or review, or if your use constitutes "fair use" under applicable law particularly U.