Get Buck In Here by DJ Felli Fel

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eman1966

DJ Eddie
I'm looking all over for this song. It's by DJ Felli Fel featuring Akon, Diddy, Ludacris. This is going to be a smash. Can't find it on ITunes, Walmart.com...It's nowhere to be purchased, yet I'm hearing it all over. Anyone know where it can be legally downloaded?
 

eman1966

DJ Eddie
I don't want to subscribe to any services. I tried a few, always hated that I was buying many songs that were never played. I prefer to buy what I need on an individual basis.
 

robdtmc

New Member
All music services are different, for PrimeCuts we program songs that will chart Top 30 on the radio. Let me know if you change your mind.

Later,
 

Steve Sharp

Active Member
There's a significant difference between "it's nowhere to be purchased" and "it's nowhere to be purchased as a download".
 

Jeff Tegeder

New Member
Found a site called Mixmatters.com

It looks like you might be able to download it from there along with a bunch of other banging jams. My work blocks out some of various websites.....


Please post if you find it. I've been looking for it too
 

eman1966

DJ Eddie
Steve Sharp said:
There's a significant difference between "it's nowhere to be purchased" and "it's nowhere to be purchased as a download".
I thought what I entered was self-explanatory! "It's nowhere to be purchased, yet I'm hearing it all over. Anyone know where it can be legally downloaded?"

I want to legally download the song. I tried the mixmatters.com site. You can hear it but not download it.
 

NickyB

Gear and Equipment Moderator
Legally downloading song for PERSONAL USE is fine .... for DJ use, I believe you'd be crossing the line of legality. Read the download agreement very very carefully! This is WHY we pay more for our subscription services like PrimeCuts, RPM, PromoOnly and others.

NickyB
 

MusicMeister

New Member
NickyB said:
Legally downloading song for PERSONAL USE is fine .... for DJ use, I believe you'd be crossing the line of legality. Read the download agreement very very carefully! This is WHY we pay more for our subscription services like PrimeCuts, RPM, PromoOnly and others.

NickyB
Here we go again....

Downloading for commerical use violates the TERMS OF USE. The terms of use is a contract you agree to when you use their service. Violating it isn't breaking the law, it's a civil tort saying you used the service in a way it wasn't intended.

Typical issues with violating terms of use are canceling your account, requiring the return of product purchased in violation, and in some cases damages.

The subscription services are convenient and help to avoid the potential issues associated with purchasing music through channels designed for the average consumer instead of the music professional.
 

NickyB

Gear and Equipment Moderator
MusicMeister-

I'm not gonna mince words with you over legal and illegal. The last time I checked, a civil tort involved a person doing something wrong. The proceedings and potential outcomes are quite different but in the end, the action is WRONG no matter how you want to interpret it.

My source ....
http://www.rbs2.com/cc.htm

NickyB
 

rfielder

New Member
MusicMeister said:
Typical issues with violating terms of use are canceling your account, requiring the return of product purchased in violation, and in some cases damages.
And I think we found out this past week just what damages can really mean......
 

Jeff Tegeder

New Member
NickyB said:
MusicMeister-

I'm not gonna mince words with you over legal and illegal. The last time I checked, a civil tort involved a person doing something wrong. The proceedings and potential outcomes are quite different but in the end, the action is WRONG no matter how you want to interpret it.

My source ....
http://www.rbs2.com/cc.htm

NickyB
Using your site as a source...

One can purchase insurance that will pay damages and attorney's fees for tort claims. Such insurance coverage is a standard part of homeowner's insurance policies, automobile insurance, and insurance for businesses. In contrast, it is not possible for a defendant to purchase insurance to pay for his/her criminal acts.


Criminal is breaking a law. Civil can be for "doing wrong or doing morally wrong". If for example someone trips on your front stair and sues you. They win a civil case... what law did you break? Yes there are examples of people breaking the law and winding up in civil court, but it ISN'T black and white that someone broke a law to be in civil court.
 

MusicMeister

New Member
Here's the difference (simplified):

Criminal - there is a LAW that says you can't do that, and you do it anyway. Some examples of criminal infractions: Speeding, Buglary, Murder, Rape, Petty Theft.

Civil - There isn't a LAW that says you can't do that but there is another agreement that has been broken, ie, breaking a contractual agreement, reckless behaviour (non-criminal), moral/ethical violations, etc.

The biggest difference is that civil court doesn't carry jail time or payments to the federal/state/local govenment for wrong doing. Damages are paid to the person that is wronged. And just to muck up the waters, sometimes criminal charges can include payments for wrong doing - criminal mischief, vandalism, etc can include payments to the person/business wronged. And if you are not found guilty in criminal court it doesn't mean you can't be found responsible in civil court - just ask OJ. :roll:

And the case in Brainard, MN was a criminal case involving copyright violation. She could have done JAIL TIME for that.

There is a HUGE difference between a copyright violation and a licensing violation. You CAN go to JAIL for copyright violation.
 

rfielder

New Member
MusicMeister said:
There is a HUGE difference between a copyright violation and a licensing violation. You CAN go to JAIL for copyright violation.
I hope these aren't dumb questions....... :wink: They are serious questions, seeking clarification.

Purchasing a consumer CD and using it for public performance is a breach of the terms as printed on the CD. Is this a copyright violation, or a licensing violation?

Downloading a song from a legit consumer web site, such as iTunes, must be similar. Same question.

Are there any web sites which do allow public performances of the music downloaded? In other words, sites that legally service the DJ community?
 

Jeff Tegeder

New Member
rfielder...

buying a cd and using if for public performance is licensing violation, purchasing a cd and making copies for your friends is copyright.
buying a cd an performing the song in a band is (i'm pretty sure) is copyright.

hope this muddies the waters.
buy the way, if you find a site that you can download songs for DJ's, let me know.

cheers...
jeff
 

eman1966

DJ Eddie
I'm sorry I asked about the song. I will never, ever buy a CD with the intention of ripping it to .mp3 format and using it at a job again. Nor will I buy .mp3 files from any online services.

All this legal/illegal stuff makes me realize, it seems we are all illegal.
 

Jeff Tegeder

New Member
eman1966 said:
I'm sorry I asked about the song. I will never, ever buy a CD with the intention of ripping it to .mp3 format and using it at a job again. Nor will I buy .mp3 files from any online services.

All this legal/illegal stuff makes me realize, it seems we are all illegal.
Nor will you spit in public, jaywalk or talk about someone behind their back
 

NickyB

Gear and Equipment Moderator
BTW-

PrimeCuts now offers their subscribers a choice ... you can get your weekly or monthly music discs in your choice of WAV or MP3 formats. From there it's "ripp" the WAVs to MP3s or simply "drag 'n drop' them from disc to your HD. Not exactly a download service but it definitely caters to mobile DJs.

NickyB
 

djbrian

DJ Brian Anderson
I couldn't imagine being without my PrimeCuts service!

As professional DJs we should have every song our audience asks for to the best of our ability. PrimeCuts gives us that advantage - Thanks Rob Drachler and the JonesTM gang!

Get Buck In Here is also on Select Mix 27.

For a small monthly fee and PC CDs you would have already had a copy of the song weeks ago and not be going through the hassle of looking for it now!
 
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