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Old 05-12-2011, 12:53 PM
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Hey, you haven't answered my question....
Then go tell Youtube to sue the millions of people worldwide who post guitar cover videos. You'd make a fortune!
Or youtube as a whole infringes copyright?

I've even seen TONS of TV show clips being posted there for years.....guess what.....no action taken. Youtube OK with them.

And go sue the churches everywhere 'cause they allow worship band to play and Christians to sing songs written by others. They paid no fees.
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Old 05-12-2011, 01:14 PM
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Hey, you haven't answered my question....
Then go tell Youtube to sue the millions of people worldwide who post guitar cover videos. You'd make a fortune!
Or youtube as a whole infringes copyright?

I've even seen TONS of TV show clips being posted there for years.....guess what.....no action taken. Youtube OK with them.

And go sue the churches everywhere 'cause they allow worship band to play and Christians to sing songs written by others. They paid no fees.
Yes, I did. You, of course, hear only what you want to hear. Almost everyone exceeds the speed limit. Only a few get caught. If that makes it OK for you to steal from real musicians and songwriters, you're just another ignoranti with no morals. The world is full of them and that includes those who illegally post on youtube. Just because YouTube doesn't have the means to stop copyright violations, doesn't mean they are OK.

Maybe if you actually made something and then had someone rip you off, you'd have a clue.

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Old 05-12-2011, 01:45 PM
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Yes, I did. You, of course, hear only what you want to hear.
No you don't. I asked "have you never played others' songs in public?" Where is your answer for that? You merely mentioned about your youtube channel, which is not my pint.
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if there was a law saying, "you can't brush your teeth or you'd be sued", and everyone ignores it, then what's the point?
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Old 05-12-2011, 02:19 PM
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My point is, by now, you know it's a copyright violation and you're just trying to yank my chain.

My job here is done.
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Old 05-12-2011, 04:20 PM
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Here's a link to my channel:

http://www.youtube.com//thomasalexandermusic

I've done all those videos with an Apogee Duet and a 100 dollar Kodak PlaySport Camera. I've used the Apogee One before and I highly recommend it. It just depends on how many channels you're looking to do.

Best of luck and let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,

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Old 05-12-2011, 10:45 PM
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I would suggest getting the Apogee Duet. You will find a lot of uses for it. For example, I use it with my EyeTV and can't think of a better way to burn a DAC in. Record at the highest bit rate you can...I think it is 24/96KHz with the Duet. To prepare it for YouTube then I use Adobe's media encoder. It is pretty slick.

If you plan on burning LPs in the future you can use the Duet, and then with Adobe Soundbooth remove all of the noise. The audio engine used to remove the noise in Soundbooth is incredible. For a couple of hundred bucks more, you will be getting a far more versatile component.
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