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  1. OK I've already asked the administrators for the site, but I want to get all my bases covered. Any help would be greatly appreciated! --Joshua (aka TNB) Hello, I am just starting out in music. I've released a single on itunes of my own original music. But I have a question. I want to sell covers of video game music. I can get a Mechanical License from loudrfm. However how do I know if I have the legal rights to use Images relating to what I am covering for the artwork for the music? Any help would be greatly appreciated, --Joshua
  2. Hi, I am brand new to the forums and recording (I have been messing around with Mixcraft 6 for the last few years, even manage to produce a few covers and originals). My question is: What is the standard for producing remixes. I have read the forums and watched tutorials and the main program that I have seen is FL Studios. Is there some specific stuff you can do in FL that you can't in other programs? (I have used a demo of fl years ago but only poked at it) It's also more affordable than the mainstream programs such as Logic and Pro Tools which I would understand why it's used the most. Also what is most used for mastering? Any help will be accepted Thanks! - Matt