wow look what I found all this for a song a posted lol just read all the comments.. Btw the video got 10k views in like five days I made you famous bro your welcome! And also the girls name was elisha cuthbert just in case you wanna check her out..
I appreciate that you liked the song, man. I really do. And I appreciated your kind comments about the music. It just put me in a funny situation where I needed to figure out how to best capitalize on the growth from the popularity of the Comic Con video and still try to protect the intellectual property rights. It was a new issue for me to figure out. Perhaps there was a better way for me to handle it. Peace.
Ugh, what a headache. I hope this gets resolved for you.
Hey, all. Thanks for the thread, LumenMedia and thanks for the nice comments.
I was actually the featured author more than two years ago. This time around it is part of the prize for the AJ song contest (same goes for having the featured track a few weeks ago).
Just didn’t want there to be the impression that I hadn’t gotten exposure from the AJ crew until now. I’ve had my turn.
I have only been asked for an unmastered version one time. Puzzled, I inquired as to why an unmastered version was needed.
I was told it was because the track was to be used as part of an album project and they needed to match the mastering to the other tracks. I explained this was against the license rules and they were very quick to apologize and explain that it had been a misunderstanding and that they had interpreted the licensing rules incorrectly.
I would stick to mastered versions only.
Just now checking out this thread. Glad everyone had a great time. Looks like it was a blast!
@Scott – that’s too funny about the early morning airport commercial playing my track.
Congrats, dude! Gareth has been an invaluable resource for all of us here on AJ and I personally appreciate his contributions to the forums very much. Nice golden milestone!
Sweet lookin’ gold paw there, Gareth. Congrats on that!
According to AJ rules an exclusive author can’t put his music out without watermark, but his clients can. So, what’s the problem?
This is an unlicensed version lifted from the original Comic Con video. Even if it were licensed, the music needs to be part of another project and not presented as a stand-alone music track. In this case it is the stand-alone music track that is being presented.