hafilax Posted January 25, 2010 Share Posted January 25, 2010 I guess it's a bit of a catch 22 for the artists. They're getting some free promotion out of the deal but aggressively pursuing royalties might backfire. It seems to depend on the scale of the use and the depth of the user's pockets. The honorable thing would be to get permission, royalties or not, and give credit to the artists. The problem is that it's generally not worth the hassle for the artists to collect and it's slipped into the collective unconscious that you can put music into presentations or movie clips without getting permission. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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