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« Reply #25 on: September 21, 2022, 18:00 »
Sounds like Getty just had a quick meeting with their lawyers and decided this whole thing is one massive copyright lawsuit just waiting to happen.  So they've banned "AI" generated content, at least until things are clarified.

« Reply #26 on: September 21, 2022, 21:26 »

And the whole industry is full of examples like that. Bob Dylan career skyrocket after he did what he did with House of the rising sun or Blowing in the wind of which he changed complete verse later if I recall that right. He didn't even credit House of the rising sun and a career of a pure genius started like that.

Hello I love from the Doors is an example of a blatant ripoff and pretty much everyone did it in the music history not only at that or this times. Some things go a bit beyond "inspiration" :)

you're confusing copying with a cover

I'm completely not, its pretty clear what is a cover and whats ripping off. Taking a whole verse of lyrics from someone else's song and than removing it completely after a lawsuit threat is not and can not be a cover.

Also taking a whole song and signing your name in the authors field on the album cover can hardly be considered a song cover.
« Last Edit: September 21, 2022, 23:07 by Lizard »


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