"Hi Marjorie, it would be a copyright violation if you wanted to share publicly online your own performance/recording of a song that has a copyright without permission of the copyright holder. You may want to share it…"
"So what they're saying here is that in order "exploit" the arrangement I would have to contact the publisher and pay royalties. However, I'm not seeking to gain anything monetary from the arrangement; I only want to share…"
I did a Steel Band arrangement, last semester, of Manfred Mann's arrangement of the Bruce Springsteen tune "Blinded by the Light". It went off real well, the crowd was jammin', screamin', throwing babies on the stage, etc. and I got a decent recording of the whole thing. Now, here's the trouble: I don't know if I'm even really supposed to have a recording of this. I would like to share it online, include it in my portfolio, etc. but I'm not exactly sure where I stand legally. Can anyone help me…See More
I think I might be able to help you out. Can you give me some detail on what exactly it is that you want? I'd send you a personal message but I can't really say that I've figured that much out yet; I don't get on here…"
"@Boitumelo It doesn't matter who likes your music. Most of the time you won't even like your pieces. Just finish it and over time you can improve it or maybe you'll find a new appreciation for it. These things take time. I have…"
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