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Any user that submits copyrighted sound recording material to www.audiorecording.me for consultation is responsible for obtaining permission from the owner of the sound recording. Any use of sound recording in this website except in our music catalog is for educational/teaching purposes only.
The audio recording, mixing and mastering consultation is for free as well as not more than 1 minute of the copyrighted work will be presented. Thus satisfying the conditions for “fair use”.Source: www.austincc.edu/admrule/4.02.007.htm
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Updated: December 27, 2015