Replaying Rather Than Sampling

Discussion in 'Audio Producers Discussions' started by Styles Escobar, Aug 31, 2005.

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  1. Styles Escobar

    Styles Escobar Ima Hustla Homie.......

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    so when you replay a sample as opposed to using the actual sample, you own publishing to a song? not sure what the exact definition of publishing is - i'm assuming it means you are the one that constructed the notes to the track and thus own all the rights to the beat. and consequently you choose who you can sell or lease the beat to AND you're entitled to all the royalties from it if it's a big track.
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  2. the exposer

    the exposer The Music Luvas

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    yes it becomes and interpolation at that point.. and you dont own all the publishin from the jump anyways.. its usually 50/50 ( 50% the artist and 50% the producer)and they will want a cut of the publishin depending how much you use the sample on the track.. its wat makes the track.. does it only come in the hook... 10 secs long 4 secs 2 secs.. all are factors..

    and publishing is errythang.. you dont really care about it till you get screwed.. happen wit me and the tony touch album... but you live and you learn.. and make sure it neva happens again,, im still learnin the ins and outs of it.. sr form all your tracks tho the sooner the betta dont wit 2 the las minute..
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  3. The Militant

    The Militant New Member

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    when you recreate a musical theme its called an 'interpolation' of the original.

    look in album covers it will say 'includes an interpolation of xxxx by xxxx'

    in fact it is a form of sampling. the only difference is you can get a different tone by what sounds you use. it sounds more pop, and less hiphop...
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