Fwd: Re: licenses for h2o drumkits (was Re: Sinevibes contact)
IOhannes m zmölnig (Debian/GNU)
umlaeute at debian.org
Mon Sep 21 14:52:47 UTC 2015
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so below you find the answer i got from artemiy.
since he suggests that we should pick a license, i'm asking you: what
would be the best one?
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Here is the list of kits that I can share via any license you like:
- - VariBreaks
- - HardElectro
- - Electric Empire
- - HipHop-1
- - HipHop-2
- - EasternHop
- - Synthie-1
Sent from my iPad
> On 21 Sep 2015, at 5:14 PM, IOhannes m zmölnig (Debian/GNU)
> <umlaeute at debian.org> wrote:
>> On 2015-09-21 15:47, Artemiy Pavlov wrote: Hi there!
>> Some of the sounds in these drum kits were created by me, and
>> some were taken from a collection of drum machine samples that
>> one of my friends allowed to use. I can grant you any
>> license/rights for the ones I have created. Can you please send
>> me the list of drum kits with me as an author, as plain text? I
>> will mark the ones you can redistribute.
> thanks for the quick reply.
> please note that just marking those which we can re-distribute
> might not be enough. we would need actual license terms to apply
> (e.g. "CC-BY-SA-3.0", "GPL2+", "Public Domain" or whatever you
> like). thanks for your understanding.
> here's a list of the drumkits in question: - VariBreaks -
> HardElectro - Classic 626 - Electric Empire - classic 3355606 -
> Boss DR-110 - HipHop-1 - HipHop-2 - EasternHop - Synthie-1 - TD-7 -
> Techno-1 - TR808909 - YamahaVintageKit - Roland TR-909 - Roland
> TR-808 - Roland TR-707 - Roland TR-606
> (I've attached the same list with download links as provided by
> the h2o drumkit feed, in case the name is not signficant enough)
> fgmasdr IOhannes <hydrogen-pavlov.txt>
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