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    Schreiberie Meister Afterhour Ali's Avatar
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    It got pulled for the 10th time. I seek now official allowance by the label the track in question was released on.

    Any other ideas menawhile?
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    Try fading it in, or silence at the beginning.

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    Switch to vimeo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Afterhour Ali View Post
    It got pulled for the 10th time. I seek now official allowance by the label the track in question was released on.

    Any other ideas menawhile?
    Try somewhere else?

    You'd be lucky to get a response from the label, technically Soundcloud is just doing what is obliged to legally. Mashups are still a grey area I think.

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    Mixcloud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by underwaterrobots View Post
    Mixcloud.
    Yep, mixcloud. They're probably better for hosting mixes than soundcloud, but soundcloud is just so much more convenient...
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    that wouldn't be a problem if you spent more time mixing


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    Nah, I barely get any listens on Mixcloud. I think those mixes need to have more than five songs in it.

    Vimeo is a good idea though. I could host it myself but I like Soundcloud very much.
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    How did you find out what the offending track was? I had a 75 minute prog psytrance mix tagged by the software. None of it is commercial in anyway. I did write the set list in the description. Is that where the problem came from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaron altar View Post
    How did you find out what the offending track was? I had a 75 minute prog psytrance mix tagged by the software. None of it is commercial in anyway. I did write the set list in the description. Is that where the problem came from?
    The automatic detection scans the waveform of your track looking for matches with waveforms of tracks that copyright holders don't want on the site. If you get caught out by that, it will tell you the name of the offending track. It's happened to me 3 or 4 times.

    People can also report your mixes/tracks for copyright infringement and there may well be people who are paid to search for offending tracks and report them, so it's possible that a track listing could get you caught out, but I have no evidence for that either way.

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