#1
i have garage band on my mac, well i wrote some songs and i decided to record them on there, well i found out they have lil drum tracks u can put together to give ya a drum beat, but since i used the drum tracks that were on GB , could i really call it my own song
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#2
Quote by TeXaS_db
i have garage band on my mac, well i wrote some songs and i decided to record them on there, well i found out they have lil drum tracks u can put together to give ya a drum beat, but since i used the drum tracks that were on GB , could i really call it my own song

Rap uses samples of other peoples' songs, and many songs have similar drums.
#4
Play the drum beats yourself.

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#5
i cant play drums tho
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#6
Well I don't really see why not - after all, as people before have said, a lot of drum beats are used in many songs, it's one of those instruments where you often see a lot of common patterns springing up as the main beat of the song.
#7
is there any other programs that give u drum beats that u could put together kinda like GB
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#8
Its legally yours, because you have purchased GarageBand, therefore, you have also purchased all audio samples that came with it. So legally you own them
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#9
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Its legally yours, because you have purchased GarageBand, therefore, you have also purchased all audio samples that came with it. So legally you own them


The theory behind this statement is completely false.

Unless it is explicitly stated that they are royalty free samples (which is quite possible in the case of GarageBand, but check it up), then you don't have the right to use them without getting permission from the author.

You don't own the rights to the music on a cd when you buy it, unless stated otherwise, it is no different for software either.
#10
Quote by teegman
The theory behind this statement is completely false.

Unless it is explicitly stated that they are royalty free samples (which is quite possible in the case of GarageBand, but check it up), then you don't have the right to use them without getting permission from the author.

You don't own the rights to the music on a cd when you buy it, unless stated otherwise, it is no different for software either.


Thats true to a degree, but with the case of GarageBand these may be used commercialy without persmission from Apple etc.
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#11
i didnt think it was all that bad to use the drum samples,
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