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    is it ethical?

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    to sample all teh sounds from your drum machine and then sell it to buy a software sampler?
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    Dunno,but why not?

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    ofcourse its ethical!!

    if it wasnt, 90% of artists around would have no drum tracks in their music.
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    lotta work though....

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    not if youre a samplist
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    ok

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    Why should this not be ethical ?

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    you'll burn in eternal flames if you do such a horrible thing...
    er not really
    real men use real hardware

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    lol.... I'd sample it in a second. (hmm...that may be an oxymoron, but read it in context)....
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    Exclamation

    just dont expect to get any money for the software when you want to upgrade to anything else.

    i recommend getting a hardware sampler and a good audio interface. then you have the reliability of the hardware and all the
    knobs/buttons and interfaces that come with it ,and still be able to run it into your computer to use the plug-ins.

    im not a software fan as you can tell............

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