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    Hiho,

    are we allowed to link from our own studio pages (or facebook for example) to our mixes that we turn in for the cup?

    If yes, is there a way to embed the player directly, and can we do that?

    Cheers, Jan.

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    Re: Link to our mixes for reference

    They must be submitted via the upload feature. It's just to crack down on potential cheaters (I think). Not calling you one, but it could happen more easily that way than this way. This way you can't remove and re-upload changes.

    Hope this answered your question.

    EDIT: You mean like use your entries for a portfolio? I think you have to ask for the artist's permission.

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    Re: Link to our mixes for reference

    Originally Posted by Jeronimo Mora

    EDIT: You mean like use your entries for a portfolio? I think you have to ask for the artist's permission.
    Yeah even i had same doubt. If its permissible to upload the song in personal soundcloud or any account to display or profile the work we have done. Ofcourse the due credits related to all the aspects will have to be mentioned.In a way best improvements in the work or mix have come through the feedbacks on this site. So it will be a real gem of a help if these songs can be shown to the outside world or potential clients.
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    Re: Link to our mixes for reference

    If its permissible to upload the song in personal soundcloud or any account to display or profile the work we have done.
    Why not? Just give the band credit.

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    Originally Posted by brandondrury
    Why not? Just give the band credit.
    Can you maybe reassure that with the bands in the competition?
    I'd love to be able to refer to my work here without any danger of being sued...

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    Re: Link to our mixes for reference

    As long as you give credit to the artists and engineers I think it should be okay. With the 2.0 world now, everything goes through internet promotion. The more the better I think. I was in a couple of bands and I would have loved for engineers putting my songs on their website.

    What I do on my portfolio is : link to artist, link to engineer/studio and link to RecordingReview.
    Check it out at Nicolas Tomaro

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    Re: Link to our mixes for reference

    Originally Posted by Jan1973
    Can you maybe reassure that with the bands in the competition?
    I'd love to be able to refer to my work here without any danger of being sued...
    I believe both LazyE (Clockwork Clown) and Hemlock Lane/bholst (Present Tense) have given permission for anyone mixing the song in the contest to use it in their mixing portfolio. That permission, as well as lyrics for the song, I would hope become a standard part of the song submission process.

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    Re: Link to our mixes for reference

    Originally Posted by brandondrury
    Why not? Just give the band credit.
    That is a fantastic news.I feel grateful for it. Thanks and Cheers.
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    Re: Link to our mixes for reference

    Originally Posted by acidfrost
    As long as you give credit to the artists and engineers I think it should be okay. With the 2.0 world now, everything goes through internet promotion. The more the better I think. I was in a couple of bands and I would have loved for engineers putting my songs on their website.

    What I do on my portfolio is : link to artist, link to engineer/studio and link to RecordingReview.
    Check it out at Nicolas Tomaro
    Hey man,

    Noticed you are also in Canada - where are you working out of? I'm in Collingwood (~ 1.5 hrs North of Toronto)

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