Producing and EULA

Distressed Motion
Distressed Motion Member Posts: 19 Newcomer
edited August 17 in Native Access

Hey everyone, I have a question regarding producing. When it comes to producing music for someone to then sing or rap over, would I be violating the EULA doing so? sounds like a dumb question I just need clarification. Cheers!

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  • JesterMgee
    JesterMgee Member Posts: 2,095 Expert
    Answer ✓

    If that was the case, there would be no music at all.

    You can do whatever you like with the things you creatively create.

  • Monochrome
    Monochrome Member Posts: 801 Expert
    edited July 3 Answer ✓

    No, you would only violate the EULA if you're doing things that you're told not to do - like e.g. using NI products on two devices concurrently/simultaneously (at the same time).

    I don't know how far you're into producing music, but... make sure to register yourself to a performance rights organisation (PRO) or collective management organisation (CMO).

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  • JesterMgee
    JesterMgee Member Posts: 2,095 Expert
    Answer ✓

    If that was the case, there would be no music at all.

    You can do whatever you like with the things you creatively create.

  • Monochrome
    Monochrome Member Posts: 801 Expert
    edited July 3 Answer ✓

    No, you would only violate the EULA if you're doing things that you're told not to do - like e.g. using NI products on two devices concurrently/simultaneously (at the same time).

    I don't know how far you're into producing music, but... make sure to register yourself to a performance rights organisation (PRO) or collective management organisation (CMO).

  • Distressed Motion
    Distressed Motion Member Posts: 19 Newcomer
    edited July 3

    I have been producing for around 10 years no. I have actually never heard of those organizations. I found one called ASCAP, is that good and what would that do for me.

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