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Should I get permission?

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The creative content is yours if you wrote the tune. Covers of course are owned by the songwriter. CakewalkByBandlab is a “tool”, they have no claim to your work. 

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Are they samples used from Cakewalk ? that might be a different story. I'm not sure how samples are legally binded (the ones from Cakewalk download). You can use them with no issue, but if you proceed to make mounds of cash, there may be an unknown sample dj sending you a love letter.

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On 3/11/2020 at 11:36 AM, chuckebaby said:

Are they samples used from Cakewalk ? that might be a different story. I'm not sure how samples are legally binded (the ones from Cakewalk download). You can use them with no issue, but if you proceed to make mounds of cash, there may be an unknown sample dj sending you a love letter.

I'm pretty sure that you are licensed to use any samples that are included in Cakewalk as well as any you purchase.

I do recall from years ago that Fruity Loops included samples that the user was not licensed to use. That may no longer be true. At the time, the fact that the user was not free to use samples in their productions was not obvious and hidden in the fine print.

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You can’t sell your own sample collection using cake content, but that is true of any sample set I know of.  Standard.  But cake has no call on your songs composed with their samples.

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