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And derivative music "Talk Dirty" - have you heard it? This sounds just like it. Why are the hell are we dancing In front of the stock markets OK, this song also sound a whole lot like "Problem" Crossed with an old Jewish wedding song I look like Chris Brown on crack with these scary face tats Like I just got out of prison Prison, prison, prison, prison These girls' choreography is shitty. Shitty, shitty, shitty, shitty I can't watch it no mo!SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Taylor Swift - "Look What You Made Me Do" PARODY
Look What You Made Me Do
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Send feedback on Help Center Community. YouTube Get support. This content is likely not relevant anymore. Try searching or browse recent questions. Original Poster - Haleigh Streak. How can I avoid copyright claims on a parody song I wrote? However, they are still two completely different pieces of work. What do I have to do to make that happen? Policy, safety, and copyright , iOS , Creator. Community content may not be verified or up-to-date.
Learn more. Recommended Answer Recommended Answers 2. Gold Product Expert Andrew S - subversiveasset. Recommended Answer. OK, so there are several issues here. I would highly encourage you to consult an attorney because this is not legal advice. Because even if you changed the lyrics, you have made no transformation of the instrumental audio, so you would not have a strong case for fair use for the use of the sound recording.
Weird Al re-records his sound recordings, so he doesn't infringe on the sound recordings. He requests permission to use the compositions and to modify the lyrics. As long as you're using other people's compositions and audio files, then content ID claims should be expected. They are not a bad thing -- it's appropriate to pay copyright holders when using their copyrighted content. Google user. Original Poster. Haleigh Streak. Gold Product Expert longzijun. If you are not willing to accept those last two things, you need permission Weird Al wasn't always famous.
He still got permission. All Replies Basically, it comes down to this final question. I can't really afford an attorney and it doesn't look like I would be able to win with one anyways. I don't feel like arguing with UMG in favor of my work if it doesn't really qualify as fair use. And finally, I don't see myself with the mechanical capacity to recreate the sound composition in a passable way--the original is so much better and I have no idea where I'd even begin.
So with all that being said If I make it clear in my description that I do not own the rights to the song and that it's based upon Taylor Swift's "You Need to Calm Down," can I still post the video and be allowed for others to view it without major copyright issues, as long as I don't get any benefit from it except hopefully views, subscribers, and likes etc? Is it a process that costs money or a very long time in turnaround?
Thank you so incredibly much for helping me with this query. I feel extremely grateful that YouTube has this community option to get such wonderful and robust feedback as you've given. Looking forward to the response! Yeah, I would have to say that if you want to completely avoid ANY copyright claim whatsoever, the only way to do that is to not use someone else's copyright material and to only create original material.
If you're going to use someone's copyright material, the general rule is you need permission and usually, that permission costs money in the form of a license or royalties. It's up to the copyright holders. In this case, both the composer or the people representing the composer AND the recording artists or the people representing them could have a say in whether they want to monetize the video for themselves, mute the audio, or block the video.
This is not relevant. Copyright at least in the United States isn't primarily about attribution. It's about making sure that copyright holders are compensated for the use of their copyrighted material. So using something without permission and without paying for it, but giving attribution doesn't resolve that.
The "legal" answer is you have to negotiate a license directly with the appropriate copyright holders. This is not something YouTube would assist with, and you'd have to make sure you're talking with the right people. For example, Taylor Swift's copyrights are probably not managed directly by herself. This entirely depends on the copyright holder -- they can charge whatever they want, and they don't have to actually allow anything. But the practical answer is this is what copyright claims are for.
Content ID is YouTube's way of negotiating with major copyright holders to set automated policies for when their material is found on site. I would give one note of caution. It doesn't have everything from content ID, isn't always kept up to date, and isn't binding on the copyright holder. This is generally what Taylor Swift's music policies look like, so it seems like the people representing her are not so lenient when they find people using her music.
So be careful. Thank you so much again. You have no idea how valuable this information is to me and many of my friends who are interested in this type of content creation. I'm feeling extremely frustrated and disappointed in this, as I have already written the song and taken a lot of the footage and it's really frustrating that I'm running into what seems like a brick wall telling me I ultimately won't be able to share my video, pretty much no matter what I do.
With a little more digging, I've realized that the instrumental cover that I found was created originally by the channel using Logic Pro X, and isn't quite exactly the same sound as Taylor's song. This makes me wonder whether Content ID has been able to recognize the video as a copyright infringement, or if it even is one. Because I can't even begin to find a place to contact whoever the "copyright holders" are for Taylor's music and it seems my only options are original creation or permission which appears impossible, like where would one even start here Lowell R.
Read a Nolo Press book on copyright. You don't understand copyright. You are wanting to make a derivative work. That is a work using someone else's work and changing it in some way or adding stuff of your own or both. The fact that you're not lifting the work in its entirety doesn't help you. The word "parody" is used too broadly on YouTube, what you are describing is not a parody.
I don't think you have any kind of fair use claim. What is more likely to help you is the fact that a lot of people are very mellow about non-commercial use of their work, for example by bedroom musicians.
You CAN find out how to ask permission for what you're doing, just look to find who manages permissions for Taylor Swift's music. But if you don't get permission maybe you can do it anyway, but FIND OUT what Taylor Swift's attitude is about this sort of thing so you don't pick the wrong artist to do this with and get sued for money damages. This question is locked and replying has been disabled.
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There are hint, jabs and shots at several things surrounding Taylor Swift and some are very apparent. This is an attempt to decode the music video. Start of the video is a graveyard where Taylor Swift wakes from the dead. The makeup work is on point and we feel like watching an episode of The Walking Dead.
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C elebrities are often accused of lacking self-awareness. Despite a lengthy catalogue of hits in which she plays scorned exes and lovelorn balladeers, the country singer turned pop superstar has been seen less as a victim than as a purveyor of victimhood, using her prodigious songwriting talents and natural affability to become a megaphone for perceived injustice. In the battle between Swifts, my allegiance is with the deceased version, a shrewd chronicler of young-adult courtship and seasoned, starry-eyed songwriter. So much so that hearing her new single made me nostalgic for the days of Fearless and Red.
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