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Mihai_Sorohan says

Of course, plagiarism is not a good thing, but I very much doubt that all authors have only absolutely original music, in the sense of having chord changes that you can only hear on them, with instrument combinations that were used only by them…etc.
The down side of stock music/ photo/ video is that it created a marked and there is a demand for similar tracks with “concurrence”.
(All shampoo ads look the same, sounds the same and sell similar products. The fragrances are similar, the bottle shapes are similar and the target is similar.)

As it is a good thing to point out when somebody blatantly copy/ steal a track, there is need to understand that even in classical music there were themes used by different composers and all could get along just fine. From J.S. Bach using folk dances in religious work, to Haydn, Holst, Gounod, Rachmaninoff and many others using same melody.

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khursey says

Of course, plagiarism is not a good thing, but I very much doubt that all authors have only absolutely original music, in the sense of having chord changes that you can only hear on them, with instrument combinations that were used only by them…etc.
The down side of stock music/ photo/ video is that it created a marked and there is a demand for similar tracks with “concurrence”.
(All shampoo ads look the same, sounds the same and sell similar products. The fragrances are similar, the bottle shapes are similar and the target is similar.)

As it is a good thing to point out when somebody blatantly copy/ steal a track, there is need to understand that even in classical music there were themes used by different composers and all could get along just fine. From J.S. Bach using folk dances in religious work, to Haydn, Holst, Gounod, Rachmaninoff and many others using same melody.

Yeah, You’re right. But, i think, here we’ve got somebody, who plays against the rules.
Today almost a half of his tracks are deleted by Support and i’m happy about that :D

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