#7
you cn clal it all yours if you change just one note!!!
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#9
Well if you sold enough for them to notice, even with a note changed, you'd either get thrown into court proceedings or generally slagged off by every real music fan. That is, if you changed one note and claimed it was yours. You can cover the song as long as its not for profit, and tbh, who's actually going to notice? (thinking in terms of record companies).
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#10
If you tried SCOM, Axl Rose would put you in prison for the rest of your life.
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#11
ask dirk_gently, ugs resident lawyer dude...... technically yes, you can cover it as long as you do not make a profit off of it. however quite a few music posting sites (myspace, purevolume) won't let you post coversongs, all songs have to be originals cuz they don't want any legal reprecussion
#12
What's the point?
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