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You could take this music out of AJ, register it to a PRO, giving him some percentage for the lyrics and ask some moneys in advance for arrangement and production clarifying the the master’s rights remain to you, anyway.

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10! In the waiting I did the sum :D

Ah well.. +1

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I’d guess that everyone who has the Adam’s will say buy the A7s, and everyone who has the Neumann’s will say the KH120s. So…. buy the Neumann’s! :D But seriously, maybe find a dealer that will let you try out both pairs (preferably at your home/studio) before making a decision.

This!

We all hear in a different way, work in different acoustic spaces and have different tastes.

I personally preferred Adam5 to Focal CSM50 as a nearfield monitor but probably the most would have choosen Focal. They also offered the same price for both (being them my friends and Focal’s distributors) but my ears decided.

They let me bring both pair to my studio (final contenders to a test taken in the shop) and I did blind tests for a couple of hours.

Said that some older Adam model had problems in the bass port; if you mix heavy bass music a test is essential..

Same for bigger one (I have Event Opals).

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Exactly as mine, that’s what AdRev is for: they won’t be able to clear the copyright claim because the don’t own any license thus AdRev collects for you a little bit for every streaming of the video putting ads on it.

It’s better than nothing and if it gets viral you can earn muchmore than the license itself.

Here is another one of mine (with the AJ logo on)..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBYrdSP6qKQ
Well, I could agree with you about the viral advantage of this situation, but there’s a rule that forbids the use of preview music of Audiojungle without my permission (apart for Videohive authors). However, as you said, I’m not complaining so much, but people shoulc always buy tracks ;)

But you’re completely right!

It’s a very sad situation.. AdRev or similar are just an help and consolation against pople that constantly violate rights about intellectual (and studio) work..

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Exactly as mine, that’s what AdRev is for: they won’t be able to clear the copyright claim because the don’t own any license thus AdRev collects for you a little bit for every streaming of the video putting ads on it.

It’s better than nothing and if it gets viral you can earn muchmore than the license itself.

Here is another one of mine (with the AJ logo on)..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBYrdSP6qKQ
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Well, thanx again AdRev.. :(

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qhIUR7aLJ0

PS great Raquel! Feel free to send me the link ;)

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The only limit is the PRO subscription.

If your songs are registered under a PRO you may not sell them here.

Not totally sure but check it :)

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Anyway.. Now I live in Spain.. :D

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To clarify even more what I stated in my erlier posts is that in Italy (maybe is different in other countries) SIAE doesn’t care if your music is registered on any PRO or if it comes from a PRF library; they just care if the music is in a public performance.

If, for istance, at your birthday party in a pub there is any kind of music (maybe you’re just improvising playing a piano) you must pay SIAE. Plain simple.

Only for TV broadcast you are allowed to trade performance rights directly with your client but only if the music is performed in Italy; they will still collect royalties from other countries.

On the other side, even if you are a SIAE member, they doesn’t care about the music you don’t register with them; rest assured that they will ask fees for it if performed in Italy, you must always declare the music you are using in public; be it by a cue sheet or a bordarau and if you don’t fill composers name fields they just keep the moneys for themselves.

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AAMediaMusic, I couldn’t never ever explain it as clear as you did with my poor english; thank you.

What I meant, put it very simply (and it seems confirmed by your words), is that for a client buying here there is no costs difference if we register music to a PRO or not. If you are a broadcaster you have to pay PR in any case (be it blanket or direct license) even if the composer won’t receive them, based on his agreement to PRF system. And if client’s music use won’t generate PR he won’t pay them, no matter whether the music is registered under a PRO or not.

The main point is that PRO license fees that have to be paid by broadcasters and similar don’t have any connection with the fact wheter a composition is protected by a PRO or not.

Sorry, I’m just trying to understand if we are saying the same thing (being yours the right way to explain it) or there is still something I don’t understand :)

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