At 12/9/14 12:36 AM, The-Dark-Lord wrote:
At 12/8/14 11:51 PM, BrokenDeck wrote:
Last couple of posts taken care of, except for this one.Duh. :P But this is not the case. If you actually listen to the original, and then this, you can clearly decipher, that he uses the same exact sample. The only slight difference, is that in the remix, it is high-passed (probably to make room for the trance bass). Also, he didn't even have the decency, to credit the original composer of the piece, Martin O'Donnell. What a snob...
At 12/8/14 03:29 PM, The-Dark-Lord wrote:
http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/128550That Halo intro string section can be easily covered with entry level string samples.
I gather that from your lack of action, concerning the previous songs I posted, that you are partial to 'musicians' who have been on Newgrounds for awhile. However, that's no excuse to bend the rules and regulations in their favor.
I've been looking at most of your reports. Waterflame? He did nothing wrong. He's allowed to take their audio sample from a video, simply because he has no intention to make profit by making fan music.
You're also targeting older, popular songs, based on other official audiotracks.
Again, no profit gained because it's not being sold. It isn't stolen, it's remixed.
Nine out of ten of your reports based on remixes are currently false alerts. You insist that you are correct in these findings and claim the moderators, to be blunt, lazy.
Not all moderators are good people, but I haven't met a bad one in this thread at all. So, you're wrong.
You haven't been on Newgrounds "for a while" you just signed up just 5 days ago.
Granted you may have been on Newgrounds without signing up at all for "a while," but that fact is, your reports are biased on most things you find. Only 3 songs have been reported, while 9 others have been false.
That's 25% legitimate reports, and 75% illegitimate reports.
Be careful of what you're reporting. But be most careful of who you're talking to when you've got nothing to back you on your findings.
This song is 5 years old, but seriously, this guy just layered the Numa Numa song with Pokerface by Lady Gaga.
It has originality, but no one here would agree it's even factored as appreciated. I wouldn't say it's good, it's bad for music taste.
Kolpos made Numa Numa and Pokerface love each other very, very, very(Too) much, that they created this offspring. What was he thinking?
I could be wrong about reporting this, so, sorry if I were mistaken.