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Avoid Music Copyright Infringements?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by dr4goncl5ws, Nov 27, 2015.

  1. dr4goncl5ws

    dr4goncl5ws Junior Member

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    Hey BHW,

    I recently made a decent lyric video for the song "Hello" by Adele. I uploaded it to YouTube with it being set to "unlisted" and YouTube automatically detected copyright and blocked the video across all countries.

    Is there anything I could do to the audio to make it not be detected by YouTube? I understand it would always be in danger of the producers finding it themselves, but right now I just need to bypass YouTube.

    Any information is appreciated!

    Thanks!
     
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    hip_hop_x Regular Member

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    Youtube is searching automatically in their db.
    To bypass them you have to add some random noise in the song + distort the frequency. You can also test with high frequency which we can't hear ( song will be the same ) and see if that will bypass their automatically checks.
     
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    dr4goncl5ws Junior Member

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    Are you talking about like duplicating the audio file in Audacity and changing frequency on 1 of the 2 clips, then exporting them as one file?
     
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    jackerz Newbie

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    I think it should work I've came across similar music video or full albums where the sound was kind of distorted
     
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    moonshine7000 Senior Member

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    That will work but split test on a dummy account you don't care about.
     
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    hip_hop_x Regular Member

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    Yes, you can use any software. I did some tests with simple programming and added new frequencies + random noise and that kept the video ok.
    If your videos will get reported... that's another story, they manually review the reported ones.
     
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    It's automatic, like Shazam. As a professional musician, personally, I hate it when people don't want to pay for music. I am, however, very mad at labels trying to suck all revenue away from the actual hard working creators. That said, if you speed up or slow down the video by an exact % prior to uploading, you can use YT's speed function to playback the video at the correct speed and have your audio undetected. It worked last week (November 2015).