The licensee owns the copyright to the composition itself, but does not own the samples and lunches, i.e. the licensee cannot claim ownership of our sounds or loops on YouTube, even if it is used in a track you own. Each country has its own unique copyright laws and other laws, so you may need to read the licensing agreement regarding your country of residence. This non-exclusive license is granted to only one user (the original buyer) and on a global basis for the full period of copyright protection. The answer is yes, it is legal to publish songs that were made in the garage group. Apple offers unlicensed loops and samples. Audentity Records reserves the right to use sounds or samples in product videos and demo songs. It is the licensee`s responsibility to inform a third party that you are competing with your music by informing them that it has copyrighted sounds that are licensed. So as long as you take the instruments or loops and use them to create a new single piece of music, you won`t have any problems. You can even publish the track and sell it to millions of people and make your fortune.
Audentity Records or its partners cannot be held responsible and will be compensated for any direct or indirect errors or claims resulting from the use (by the licensee or others) of logos, images, trademarks, trademarks, artist names and business names that result from the use of our products in any form. The garageband software license agreement states that the use of illegal downloads of this product does NOT allow you to use our voices, samples, loops, midis and kits in your productions and publications. If you download our products illegally, you do not have a license to use Audentity Records products. Content that is not exclusively granted by third parties (z.B. Examples that are not exclusively conceded) speech, Recordings or compositions-Clips from other sources used under Fair Use Principles-Video gameplay recordings (other than the game`s publisher) -Karaoke versions or sound-a-like cover version of a compilation/artist various Albums-Songs that have already been monetized on YouTube by another distributor sound effects or production loops (like GarageBand loops) Well, you can try. I`ve heard of some cases on Youtube where an artist marked the music of another artist (made in Garageband) and asked Youtube to remove the sound for copyright infringement. But the good news is that they are wrong. As mentioned above, garage band loops are public and unlicensed. So don`t worry, you can make commercial music with GarageBand, you just can`t distribute loops like loops. Notwithstanding the terms of this BIF, the open source software is licensed to them under the terms of the corresponding software licensing agreements that accompany this open source software. However, loops are the only area in which you need to be more careful, as I mentioned above.
It makes it clear in the screenshot license agreement above that a user can use the software to make and distribute content with him. Non-responsibility: I would simply reject the article by saying that I am not a lawyer and that all the information is just my personal interpretation of Apple`s legal agreements. If you are not yet sure or have specific questions, please contact Apple directly.