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Evan_the_Paxman
07-24-2010, 07:49 AM
With the ability to recored a voice with some type of mic and implement it into your level, wouldn't there be a lot of problems with people playing music into their mic? Would these levels be flagged because of copyright? MM should be cautious because record labels don't fool around with this stuff. Just look at youtube, if you add music that you dont "own" into a video your audio gets completely stripped. LBP2 could potentionally become an illegal mp3-file sharing hub. :boo:

Mr_T-Shirt
07-24-2010, 12:11 PM
This is true, but the quality of the sound will most likely be so poor, Pantera would sound like Miley Cyrus.

CyberSora
07-24-2010, 01:17 PM
This is true, but the quality of the sound will most likely be so poor, Pantera would sound like Miley Cyrus.

If that does happen, then we'll probably lose half of the Community.

Mr_T-Shirt
07-24-2010, 02:01 PM
If that does happen, then we'll probably lose half of the Community.

Not just in LittleBigPlanet either, but the WORLD!

Leather-Monkey
07-24-2010, 02:07 PM
But you wouldn't be able to download the songs off of LBP2 would you? LBP2 won't be the next Napster, we're fine.

theamilien
07-24-2010, 08:07 PM
Shark survivals, falling bombs? Bah!

Prepare for completely blank levels with nothing but a red button. Press the red button and the entire songlist from High School Musical 2 plays on a continuous loop.

Can't wait.

buddy_hamster123
07-24-2010, 08:16 PM
Shark survivals, falling bombs? Bah!

Prepare for completely blank levels with nothing but a red button. Press the red button and the entire songlist from High School Musical 2 plays on a continuous loop.

Can't wait.

oh god no not High School Musical!!!!!!!!!!!!! anythig but High School Musical!!!!!!!!!!!!!

nah this wont happen the quality of the mics would be toooooooooo bad but some dumb noob might try and fail

RangerZero
07-24-2010, 08:36 PM
Actually it will fall into "fair use". You're not distributing, sharing music or again copying. No law can reach you. This is just like putting some official music on your visual creations and upload them to Youtube. This is perfectly legal and fall into "fair use". IT IS possible that a label doesn't want to let you use their music IN ANY WAY but it's quite rare when there's no distribution nor sharing nor copying of anything.