Hey when you said no it doesn't on my post:
You did mean know my beats don't need to be fully mixed and mastered before copyrighting them correct? Just actually making sure I got you reply correct.
Do my instrumental beats need to be completley mixed/mastered before I copyright them
Just wondering does my instrumental beats need to be completley mixed/mastered before I copyright them?
What I usually do is make the beat/melody and give it a quick mix since I usually always go back later to master, then with all the instruments playing export in wav/mp3 about 1 minutes or so with a short intro on some maybe to file for copyrighting.
This is just the quickest way I do things to copyright a lot of beats at once.
Does anybody know is that good enough or would or could that be acceptable in case of a copyrights issue?
Or do my beats need to be fully mixed and mastered before copy writing them?
Yes, I do realize that. Theres a slight problem, im living in a small country in Europe, and its not possible to go to them directly.
Hey Lifted that's interesting considering I don't have any music online for people to listen to. That would be a no on the bass and drum loops as i do play and have live session players
Listening to your music tracks right now (11/28/2011). Sounds real good. It’s got a nice hip-hop feel and really easy to get into a grove with.
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