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Backroomboy
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Another way to put it would be to say that no one gives a fat fiddlers sweet **** about some schmoe using music unless you are unfortunate enough to become famous.

Using Cakewalk as a dodge is lame. Even if you pitch change and edit soundbytes, it can be reconstructed and if over eight notes long, can be attributed to the author.

The rule is simple ... if you make money with it, be prepared to pay money for it.
yosef_dov
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I emailed ASCAP re licensing or fees for including some music in my show and never got any response from them. I would tend to agree with Backroomboy that no one particularly gives a dang unless you a) get famous, or b) are obviously making some money ... then of course they want their piece...

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Amazing - ASCAP wrote back. Generally there is a 9 month wait - unless you are pretty darn famous. My fees are $123/year
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