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Old 09-06-2017, 09:04 PM   #13
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Re: Ripley... signing off. Copyright question

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Originally Posted by -Agu- View Post
Just a thought, in the case that the owner of the copyrights would give a shit, how would "the case" get anywhere? I mean let's say you pitch shift the dialogue down by 2 semitones, do some formant processing, distort, eq, mess with timing/fades etc, then bounce to audio, and pitch shift back up 2 semitones (or let's say 1.90) semitones, does it still count as a cold hard proof?
If they have the sample registered with something like Trusted Audio, then yeah..it could matter a lot..and it's kinda hard for the average person out there to know if a sample is covered by such protection or not.

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