SOASC= / SOAMC= © Copyright database:

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Kim Homann (omoroca)

This composer(s) have not yet writen a special copyright notice for SOASC=
therefore the standard copyright notice applies to protect the author(s) / copyright holder(s)
Note that this information may change at any time and you should check this at regular intervals!

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: ================= The sound material presented on this website are copyright to its respective owners/composer(s) and/or release/publishing company(s). If you intend to use the sound material commercially, please ensure you go through the effort to get the rights to use it by written permission from the owner(s) and/or release/publishing company(s). Ensure not just permission but also that the composer gets due authorship credit (and payment of course) on the record. Distributing the sound material as-is, remixed, or in parts without doing the above and with the intent of profit is subject to law. SOASC= does not own the copyright to ANY of the sound material provided in this collection. The SOASC= collection is presented as a preservation project under the same rules as of the original HVSC Collection's copyright notice. Furthermore all MP3 files are tagged with the exact same values as found in the SID versions. Basically we base this collection on their collection, so whatever rules they have applied to the SID files, the same apply for this MP3 collection. IF you provide this sound material (MP3 files) on your own website, please respect the hard work that the SOASC= team has done and keep the comment intact somewhere. We DID record this sound material, and THAT we would like to get credited for. SOASC= is a non-profit project and donations are NOT accepted. Track down your favorite composer(s) instead and send a donation directly to the person(s) who deserve it. If you own the rights to any sound material on this site but wants it removed, contact us. We'll respect your decision! The bottom line: Download it, listen to it, dance to it and respect the copyright. Just so simple. DO not end up like Timbaland, which in the end - will have to pay for his theft...errr sampling or whatever he calls it! It's still like stealing,'s just called "electronic theft" you moron..geez!