#1
Hi all!
I think this will be the best place for this. I'm writing an ebook and setting up video lessons online and wanted to know if you guys knew anything about the legality behind using song samples in lessons.
For example, we've all seen the "Guitar in the method of so-and-so" videos, do you know if royalties are paid? It says on there that it is not endorsed, sponsored etc. by the artist, but I want to make sure.
I've spent the last hour on google trying to find legal documentation on this subject, but have had no luck. I know that I’ve had teachers and stuff in the past teach me out of books, teach me songs, and so on, but I don’t want to get beat up for breaking a copyright law.
I’m in the United States, BTW.
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#2
Do you plan to SELL the ebook or just write it and give it away?
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#5
Awesome. Thank you.
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