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Artists/musicians of this group are not associated with a Society for musical performing and mechanical reproduction rights like ASCAP, GEMA or other societies. Their music is protected by Creative Common licence or other agreements

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Comment by Jens Mügge on July 30, 2010 at 12:33pm
Ciao Marco, thanks a lot for postings both links ...
Comment by Marco Tonini on July 14, 2010 at 11:21pm
I suggest to read these for more protection:
http://en.safecreative.net/about/
http://labs.safecreative.net/tools/
Comment by Filip Rydlo on July 14, 2010 at 3:50pm
:)
Comment by D.B.Lolaq on April 20, 2010 at 5:38pm
I've never understood why people who don't understand music, but who do understand law & (especially) money claim to come to the rescue when copyright seems to be infringed. Usually it's not the affected musician who benefits from lawsuits against the infringing party, but the copyright guard-dog. Sounds a bit like those Chinese triads and the poor restaurant owners to me...
Comment by Jens Mügge on April 20, 2010 at 4:28pm
@ Skye and all others

the GEMA confusing me since they told me that I need a licence for this site if their (GEMA) members present their music on this site. If they are no members of this network members of the GEMA I still have not to purchase a licence. Okay - some members of this network are members of GEMA, ASCAP, STIM, KODA - but the GEMA allows their members that they can use their own music for self-presentation on websites for free - in this case I think I don't have to purchase a licence. - The GEMA of course is as a German society extremly special. As member of the GEMA all your music is protected by this organisation. If you sing an improvisation, the GEMA claims to protect also this piece too! Here is a nice satirical cartoon which overdraws the almigthy

Comment by Skye Løfvander on April 19, 2010 at 9:13pm
Hello Jens,
To make the confusion complete: I joined both groups as I am a member of KODA, the Danish equivalent of GEMA. But the music I have uploaded to OMN is not registered.
Best,
Skye
 

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