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Unfortunately here are just some acapellas which you just cannot get your hands on Chances are if it’s not on acalellas4u it doesn’t exist. Failing that, I look at my record pool, Late Night to see if it’s listed there. I also look up on discogs whether it exists on vinyl or CD single If not, there are various methods for DIY acalellas. The phase cancellation method can be effective (I also use it to extract other samples within the song). And various other filtering methods.
YouTube is your friend. Most of these sites are made ONLY to download an acapella, without contract, I'm not naive to look for the vocal of a song whose acapella does not exist, I know it exists since I already listened recent remixes with completely different arrangements and the 100% identical voice to the 1995 version. That's what pushed me to look for the copyright owner and I ended up knowing it (Warner), I asked them if there is an acapella studio of this song, they answered 'yes', I asked them to provide it to me, they told me that for the acapella and the license for its use, they must ask the administrator (the BIG copyright owner & the publisher, which is German: Neue Welt Musikverlag GmbH & Co. Kg), they still have not answered me. I do not seek to download a poor mp3, or tinkering a phase cancellation to produce a bootleg, I do not want to work this way on this song, it's a big project that is close to my heart and I'm looking for a pure acapella for that, studio quality, and especially A LICENSE IN RULE. Fair, enough. You're going about it the right way.
Asking the right people. If I were you I would start working on a 'draft version' though. Either with a cover acapella or a DIY acapella. From there I would be able to work on the track in its entirety, with my fingers crossed that you get the green light for the studio acapella. If this is a project so close to your heart then I would not let that stop me from going ahead anyway. Altenatively, its a huge compromise and not ideal, but you could arange your own vocalist.
BIG ROG: Yes, it's very frustrating to fall in love with something you do not have! I am very happy for you to have found your voice and I wish you success. DJ Matty Stiles: Yes very good suggestion and that's what I've been doing for a long time, I took what already existed (the first lyrics that are sung solo with only a low low volume planar arrier), I already finished half of my track, but here I need the vocal and it does not exist, nor in draft version, nor in cover version, my project rests entirely on the way this song was sung and I doubt that a vocalist can reproduce the performance of Melanie Thornton (RIP). My last hope if the German Label does not respond is to ask the Label who managed to remix this song in 2014 and has managed to have acapella. It is the MCI label (Link below) and it sells its version on Beatport, I do not know how to contact the labels of Beatport, if any of you know how to contact these Labels selling on Beatport, it would be nice to tell us how.
1 Featuring – Keyboards [Additonal] – Producer – 2 Co-producer – Featuring – Producer –, * 3 Instruments – Producer – 4 Instruments – Producer – 5 Instruments – Producer – 6 Guitar [Acoustic] – Keyboards [Additional] – * Producer – 7 Instruments – Producer – Vocals [Background] –,, 8 Instruments – Producer – 9 Instruments – Producer – 10 Instruments – Producer – Vocals [Background] – 11 Co-producer – Producer – Vocals [Background] – * 12 Featuring – Producer – 13 Producer – 14 15 Featuring – *. Frankie j the one album cover.
Hi guys, I had a response from Warner and I must admit that it's very complicated to understand, I even think that their license is more about the broadcast and use of the song than its modification/Remix. If that it can help, here is their answer and the example of license to fill that they gave me. We have “Sweet Dreams” 33.34% Germany and 33.34% World, excluding Germany. Per your request, please fill out the attached form and return to me. Attached form: Song Title: State the title of the song you would like to license. Song Writer(s): Search all 3 sites below to account for 100% publishing associated with the song as WE MAY NOT BE THE ONLY PUBLISHER OF THE SONG(S) – see; and for this information.
For example, one song may be published 100% through Warner/Chappell whereas other songs may be controlled by multiple publishers. Licensee: State the name of the person or entity that is seeking to license the song. Production Name: State the name of the production – typically the title of a film or video project or the name of a TV show. Media: Describe the media you plan on using to show your project – some examples include film festivals, TV, video, radio, Internet (if clearing for YouTube, please be sure to supply your YouTube ID#). If you are producing videos or DVDs, please list the number of copies you plan to produce and the retail price per unit. If your media is going to be shown at corporate events or other such gathering, state how many attendees will be present during the showing.
Be sure you request only the media you require. Description of Use (background vocal, visual vocal, main or end titles, etc.: Describe the scene in which you would like to use the song you are requesting. A brief synopsis of the entire project and a description of the particular scene with the music is a good place to start, but please be as specific as possible. If you need more space, please feel free to attach further documentation explaining the details of the use (i.e: script pages). Recording/Master: Which recording are you planning on using? Are you planning on using the master recording? The master recording is typically the original recording that you would find on a CD – please note the master rights are held by the label.
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In that case, please provide the name of the artist that performed the version of the song you would like to license. Please indicate also if you have secured a master use license for this request. If not, you will need to clear the master rights as well.
If you are planning on doing a re-record of the song with your own musicians, simply state that you would like to re-record. Duration of Music: State the length of the music use in your project. If you are requesting multiple uses, state the length of each separately. For example, if you would like to use a 17 second clip of the song in the middle of your project and a 1 minute clip later on in the project, you would state the following – 0:17, 1:00 Term: State how long you would like to license the song for your project. Typically the longer the term, the more expensive your license could be.
Note – The term for a Film Festival license is a maximum of 2 years Territory: State where you would like the rights to use music in your project. If your project will only screen in a particular city or at a particular festival, explain that here. If you would like to secure rights to show the project anywhere in the world, simply write world.
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Similarly, if your project will screen at theaters all over the USA but nowhere outside the country.