couldnt you just say you made the track at a studio with their equipment?da blur said:Yeah you can! Because they are Copyrighted sounds and virtual instrumentals and also the fact that they own it as a "plug-in." And without paying for it to legal own a copy, and if you try to sell a beat for big $ - you can be sued. Unless of course it's a royalty FREE VST!
(But they gotta prove it and who's gonna know?) [Plus you can alter sounds so much that it could hardly be recognized and compared so...]
djmistayung205 said:you mean folk actually still buy software???
you must not read the licenses on your bootleg software... you can be sued at anytime especially if you actually get popular off of a known loop or preset.... you will be in court right after you get your first royality statement lmaoHek Naw!! Everybody's Using Them!!!