Competition 3 » Fire_huge_lazer.aif
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April 8th, 2006

I USED THIS IN A COPYWRITED SONG, IT IS NO LONGER PUBLIC DOMAIN, but as freesound will not let me take the sample down, I am in a bit of a bind. Original description ::: "Fire is also a Verb, This is a huge lazer charging up and being "Fired"Created with Reaktor, Logic EXS24 and ES2, many layers of different synths automation and then run through the Logic time stretcher."

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    dbspin 1 year, 9 months ago

    As the other commentators have pointed out - your copyrighted song is copyrighted (assuming you didn't use anyone else's creative commons sound in it); this sound however is still licensed under a creative commons sample+ licence. This might seem unfair, but think of it this way. If you could retract a licence, then no one would ever be safe using a creative commons sound or public domain sound. Since there would be a commercial incentive to 'release' sounds into the public for free, and and seek out money from those who had used them honestly.

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    AndreOnate 2 years ago

    Pretty awesome orchestration.

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    cicada1960 2 years ago

    Unless you are able to delete every copy of the sound that was distributed under the Creative Commons license it would be impossible to revoke the license. You are free to use the sound within a song that is protected by copyright, but that does not change the copyright status of the sound. Since you gave others permission to use the sound when you originally distributed it on this site, anyone who downloads it also may use the sound in any music of their own that will be protected by copyright, as long as the persons using the sound give you attribution according to the license under which you distributed the sound.

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    shalow 2 years, 4 months ago

    Oh wait, its not public domain, just creative commons, then you still own it and can do with it what you want.

    Using it for a commercial project does however not change its status unless you wish it to be changed.

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    shalow 2 years, 4 months ago

    Technically public domain means that you waiver your rights to the material in question, that means that everyone owns it now, I'm afraid, but to my knowledge its legally impossible to take that right back.

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Type
aif (.aif)
Duration
00:24:000
Filesize
6.1 MB
Samplerate
44100.0 Hz
Bitdepth
24 bit
Channels
Stereo
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