Got to say I’m a little su

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Got to say I’m a little surprised by the quality of advice offered here about using copyright music.

While I’m not a lawyer, I am experienced enough in media production to know that it requires 2 licenses… one for the rights to use the music, the other is for the rights to synchronize the music to images.

They are 2 distinct licenses, and if you’re going to do it right, you need both. That’s why “you can use the bride and grooms original music CD” is bogus… even they don’t have the proper rights (synchronization rights) to set that music to the moving images on the DVD you do for them.

The choice is still simple, however. You can purchase rights or you can steal. It is true that RIAA probably won’t come after you, but you will still be a thief whether they do or not. If you can live with that, you got it made.

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