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Postby Shodan » 31 Jul 2022, 01:36

He's the copyright holder, he can decide if every copy/sample on the internet gets taken down, even free ones, its not about good or bad, its just what it is lol
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Postby lilfrenchidiot » 31 Jul 2022, 11:20

Emre:
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The comments piss me off so much but I’m glad I know that half the Uptempo scene will defend this piece of shit


I'm not a fan of his personality, but since when is it suddenly a bad thing to sample artists for FREE releases? This happens all the time in hardstyle.

Original artist doesn't approve = no official remix

No official remix = free release it

Which he did..? So I don't get the whole point here.


Not crediting was the issue I guess
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Postby Emre » 31 Jul 2022, 16:26

Alright, crediting, which barely anyone does with bootlegs these days anyways ..

It literally happens all the time these days that artists make a bootleg, and do this:

Instead of:

Artist A - Song (Artist B Remix)
Artist B just calls it
Artist B - Song.

Or use Ran-D Zombie as an example (I know he got an official remix) but then a lot of artists just do what Ran-D did without permission and hope the original artists won't notice it. I repeat, I'm not a fan of his personality but I'm not jumping on the TDH = bad bandwagon if this happens 24/7 in hardstyle and he only get called out because of the other things he's done in real life.
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Postby Shodan » 10 Sep 2022, 03:06

an Ophidian masterclass has been published _O_
https://harderclass.com/programs/ophidian-masterclass
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Postby freddy g » 10 Sep 2022, 09:05

Emre:Alright, crediting, which barely anyone does with bootlegs these days anyways ..

It literally happens all the time these days that artists make a bootleg, and do this:

Instead of:

Artist A - Song (Artist B Remix)
Artist B just calls it
Artist B - Song.

Or use Ran-D Zombie as an example (I know he got an official remix) but then a lot of artists just do what Ran-D did without permission and hope the original artists won't notice it. I repeat, I'm not a fan of his personality but I'm not jumping on the TDH = bad bandwagon if this happens 24/7 in hardstyle and he only get called out because of the other things he's done in real life.


yeah, it's crazy how tribal these things become. taking a side and getting abusive at anyone with a different opinion. its a bit of a non-issue imo, I don't care about the bootleg, not like he was making any money from it, I could maybe understand the credit thing if it wasn't such a well-known iconic tune to begin with but I'm sure most people who hear it would know its from a Marc acardipane tune (I had never even heard of the dark horror before reading this :rofl:).

but if Marc has a claim to the music and wants it taken down then fine also lol

it reminds me of the luna-c/Paul elstak beef in the 90s - luna-c made a track with the 6 days on the run vocals and DJ Paul was a big fan of it and approached Luna-C as he wanted to license the track to repress on froze records as it was difficult to get a hold of. Luna-C said no so DJ Paul made his own track with the same vocals (which was much better imo) and the rest is history.....

But there were a load of people in the UK scene trying to get distributors to boycott froze records over it, and subsequent kniteforce releases had a load of petty digs at Paul elstak on the sleeve which I thought was hilarious as I don't even see what he did wrong. Maybe it was a bit cheeky because of the timeline but in essence they both made 2 completely different tracks with the only similarity being the use of vocals that were lifted from a euro dance tune released earlier in the year, but people got so angry about it. I guess some things never change :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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Postby Xurreal » Today, 09:04



Guess that topic will never grow old.

Should there a be a better separation between the terms DJ and producer? Would that actually change anything for us as consumers? Idk
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Postby Emre » Today, 09:39

AoF just calling out half the scene like that.

I don't know, I always partly agree (just partly) with those posts, but this complaining is just like-hunting, those posts won't achieve anything.

If someone can throw a tight dj mix (which most ghosted dj's can't) and has the money and connections to have someone else produce for them as a mutual agreement, why not? All respect to them.

Problem is that most ghosted dj's can't dj for shit either. But yeah.. that's another topic than the ghosting itself.
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