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zentoy 2012-12-06 07:58

Can I use my music in my short film?
 
Can I use my music made with Figure in my short film (that is commercial film) ?

Or, is it forbidden by
your "End User License Agreement" 1.e?

Anyway, Figure is great app!

VillaNDubstep 2012-12-06 09:15

I'd say so, I wouldn't have thought props would want to restrict people because they're all about enabling us but read it anyway to make sure.

penguinoid 2012-12-07 02:49

you are referring to a part of the EULA that regards contracts with third party developers (i.e. Rack Extensions) that says that you can't use "musical examples" from those rack extensions. It has nothing to do with what you are talking about.

"This Rack Extension Product End User License Agreement (“License”) governs your use of a Rack Extension Product (“RE Product”) and related explanatory materials (“Software”)."

zentoy 2012-12-07 11:14

Thnak you, VillaNDubstep and penguinoid.
I got it.
So then I can use , can't I?

moneykube 2012-12-07 19:29

I would say yes

penguinoid 2012-12-07 20:44

generally the only things they worry about is you using stuff like demo songs, or re-selling samples from the program *AS* samples. if you're making compositions using their sounds, that sort of thing is obviously you using sounds you bought a license to reuse, and creating a unique composition based on that, which is yours to use commercially as you wish.

Dave909 2012-12-07 21:34

Yeah you can use the music you make commercially :D You paid for the license to use Figure for the creation of music, either commercially or to give away for free.


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Originally Posted by penguinoid (Post 1193657)
generally the only things they worry about is you using stuff like demo songs, or re-selling samples from the program *AS* samples. if you're making compositions using their sounds, that sort of thing is obviously you using sounds you bought a license to reuse, and creating a unique composition based on that, which is yours to use commercially as you wish.



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