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frozensatellite
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I was going to say the same as de_tune did. You could simply get Shazam and hold it towards your speakers when playing back the track … However, I appreciate the YouTube trick and it should be more safe since I think much more tracks are inside Google’s registers than in Shazam’s or other apps …

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ElegantProjects
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I have a question. Bach is in the public domain but, some German orchestra. came up as copyright. is it still copyrighted and can I dispute it?

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dreamsonix
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Good idea, other stock music sites already use Youtube as one method to quickly check copyright material when an item is uploaded and reviewed.

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Damin
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Well idea is great! Copyright is always a better option, it is always better to get copyright as soon as possible whether our material is fully develoved or in processing.

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iristsh
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Thanks for sharing~

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SonicLetters
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That’s really smart, thanks for sharing this! I also have that constant fear of re-inventing the wheel)

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