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    I've made a speedart and I put music to it. What do I have to do to use Copyrighted music?

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    Here's the thing about YouTube, some recording companies will be okay with it and just put the little "Buy this song on iTunes" link under your video, other recording companies will not allow it and remove your sound and you gotta use a shitty song from YouTubes song list. If it's a popular song, there is about a 1/10 chance you will lose your sound, but you can delete the video, change the song, and re-upload it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CheeseToast View Post
    Here's the thing about YouTube, some recording companies will be okay with it and just put the little "Buy this song on iTunes" link under your video, other recording companies will not allow it and remove your sound and you gotta use a shitty song from YouTubes song list. If it's a popular song, there is about a 1/10 chance you will lose your sound, but you can delete the video, change the song, and re-upload it..
    Ok, Thanks

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    Default Youtube Music Copyrights?

    What I do or did was change the song pitch using an ordinary program. YouTube has hard time recognizing


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    Quote Originally Posted by Baktiar View Post
    What I do or did was change the song pitch using an ordinary program. YouTube has hard time recognizing


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    They updates that, changing speed and pitch will not offset YouTube's auto detect.

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