September 27, 2004 at 10:04 pm #61154
First rate, man!
I highly reccomend checking out these tracks.
If you like Heavy Metal (like me!), I think you’ll dig Southpaw Jinx- they rock solid.
Thanks Chaz! !September 27, 2004 at 10:25 pm #61158
Sounds awesome! I’m listening to your music right now.
I’ll probably PM you soon about a music for a movie . . . :mischief
LGMSeptember 27, 2004 at 11:05 pm #61169
Hey chazmanda I was just going to post a forum if anybody needed music, maybe we could work out something so we can each get a job when they come around. But it’s all you till I can get my software set up. :winkSeptember 28, 2004 at 4:24 am #61216
that would be awesome for you to make original music! 😀
I will PM you when i need original music! 🙂
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May you live happily and be prosperous for the rest of your days!September 28, 2004 at 9:31 pm #61303
Acording to the MCPS/PRS (who I spoke to today regarding this) I dont need to licence any work yet, I will just own copyright on any music I write. If it gets broadcast on TV radio etc or shown in a cinema more than once, then I have to become a PRS member to sort out royalties ect.
If any one has any other advise about this i’d be greatfull as im not a wise man. I just like to make tunes, and one day, get paid lots of money for it! 😆
Keep dreaming! ❗September 29, 2004 at 5:23 am #61357
“chazmanda” wrote: Acording to the MCPS/PRS (who I spoke to today regarding this) I dont need to licence any work yet, I will just own copyright on any music I write. If it gets broadcast on TV radio etc or shown in a cinema more than once, then I have to become a PRS member to sort out royalties ect.
You are correct that you will automatically own the copyright on anything you create (assuming you live in a Berne Treaty signatory country). However, in order for us to be allowed to legally use your copyrighted music we must have some sort of license or agreement from you allowing us to do that. Preferrably this should spell out exactly what we are and are not allowed to use it for (i.e. non-commercial use only, no TV broadcasts, web distribution is okay, etc.). I mentioned Creative Commons before, they have several licenses and one of them may be what you’re looking for. Please be aware that since you are the copyright holder you can dual (or more) license your work, for example you can allow your music to be used royalty free for non-commercial purposes, but make people pay if they wish to use it in a comercial project.
I’m not sure who the MCPS/PRS are so I can’t help you there. It is doubtful that any brickfilms will be shown in a cinema (unless LEGO conventions count) or be broadcast on TV, although this has happended (this recent post is about someone who’s work will be on a local cable channel). If you are interested in collecting royalties on your music it would probably be worthwhile to contact a copyright lawyer in your respective country.
IANALBIPOOTI (a cookie for whoever figures out what this means first :wink )September 29, 2004 at 3:02 pm #61403
chazmanda, if you’re really good at composing music, you could help me and Smiling Minifig for some of our big projects and stuff!
EDIT: Bumpy Bump. Sorry chazmanda, but I just got some music editing software for Christmas which could be useful too. However, I might contact you if anything is in plan. 🙂December 28, 2004 at 1:24 am #77257
*Bump in progress*
This should be moved to the music forum.
Finally got a chance to listen to the music. They sound good. Hope to hear more from chazmanda soon.December 28, 2004 at 9:41 pm #77349
Oh, you will, when the Cp is released :sly:.December 28, 2004 at 10:04 pm #77352
“David West” wrote: Oh, you will, when the Cp is released :sly:.
Speaking of which, we’re going back into production by 2005.
It will be a few more scenes left and then onto post production which wouldn’t take that long…
EDIT: Oh! I see. I thought you were refering to Cop Show.
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