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Commercial use: You need to alter it significantly or mix with other sounds to the point that we can say it is a new creation. Noncommercial use: You can use it analtered. In both cases: You need to give attribution to the creator. You can't use the track to advertise or promote anything other than your new work. This says that there is no way to use it ...


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Am I entitled to credit or compensation? If you have copyright for these particular sounds, then using the sounds without your permission is technically a copyright infringement. However, whether you want to go court is another topic, more likely the infringement that bothers you can be solved simply by negotiating. If you've signed a contract where you've ...


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