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Topic: SoundCloud Integration - Page: 1
geposted Mon 17 Dec 18 @ 9:40 pm
geposted Mon 17 Dec 18 @ 9:45 pm
geposted Mon 07 Jan 19 @ 7:13 pm
geposted Mon 07 Jan 19 @ 7:27 pm
geposted Mon 11 Feb 19 @ 2:30 pm
geposted Tue 05 Mar 19 @ 3:07 am
Don't remember seeing anything in the changelogs.
geposted Wed 06 Mar 19 @ 10:39 pm
geposted Wed 06 Mar 19 @ 10:56 pm
geposted Wed 06 Mar 19 @ 11:05 pm
geposted Thu 07 Mar 19 @ 11:59 am
geposted Thu 07 Mar 19 @ 12:00 pm
It almost seems to me that this vital information is being deliberately withheld by Serato, SoundCloud, Tidal etc. as none of the info/web pages about the integration of these services states clearly one way or the other!
Many DJs will just assume that because it's been added to the software, they can use it freely - which is probably not the case.
geposted Thu 07 Mar 19 @ 6:08 pm
I can see its a personal mission of yours to highlight the legality of these services, and I agree with you..... but who is ever going to find out?
In the UK specifically PRS/PPL/MCPS or whatever they call themselves this week rarely visit premises and its not an issue for local authorities or the police.... so who really cares about enforcement of legal content?
I can bet 99 per cent of VDJ Deezer users have played tracks at a gig. Most of the VDJ users I know are using a cracked version of the software as well and karaoke collections bought off eBay.
Just let it go.
geposted Thu 07 Mar 19 @ 6:13 pm
I know some people don't give a stuff and will use it regardless, but when it's not being made clear to people by the providers, surely that's a legal issue too. They're not making it clear to the end users how the product/service can be used.
Atomix have done their bit by adding text to the Deezer icon in VDJ, but I've just been looking at the Serato, Tidal and SoundCloud pages about their integration......and there's nothing. It's almost like they're encouraging people to use it illegally!
geposted Thu 07 Mar 19 @ 6:26 pm
geposted Thu 07 Mar 19 @ 6:31 pm
I realise I'm not going to personally put an end to dodgy DJs, and I'm not trying to - but when these companies add the services to their products without telling their users about their correct use, it's surely against trading wossnames.
geposted Thu 07 Mar 19 @ 7:00 pm
groovindj wrote :
.....and will this be legal to use commercially, or is it just personal use?
Atomix? Can you answer please?
geposted Sun 17 Mar 19 @ 6:51 pm
geposted Sun 17 Mar 19 @ 6:56 pm
What I did find though is a 'copyright' link on the main site, that basically says it's between the uploader and the downloader/streamer.
Looks like they don't want to get involved, and they leave it to the uploader to specify if the track can be used commercially - and the downloader/streamer to check (which they probably won't).
geposted Sun 17 Mar 19 @ 7:10 pm
geposted Mon 18 Mar 19 @ 10:31 pm