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  1. @wes @Randygbk @GunMedia_Ben I think you guys may want to have your legel department look over whether or not the new Mitch Murder chiptune may land you in a copyright infringement lawsuit. I'm not a copyright expert but I've done some extensive reading on music and copyright in the past. At 43 seconds into Mitch Murder's track, he reproduces a portion of the original NES game's theme composed by Hirohiko Takayama. The melody of a song is able to be copywritten and from my layman's opinion, the portion of Mitch Murder's track beginning at 43 seconds is a reproduction of Hirohiko Takayama's melody from the theme he created for the original Friday the 13th game. The issue is then that Mitch Murder doesn't appear to credit Takayama, at least on his bandcamp page, so he likely hasn't gained the proper permission to reproduce Takayama's original music for profit. If Mitch Murder received any form of compensation for the song, Takayama would likely be entitled to a portion. As well, the song is being used in a for-profit video game that Gun is financially benefitting from and Takayama (or whoever owns the rights to the original song) could potentially be entitled to compensation from Gun itself. Again, I'd have your legal guys take a serious look into this to make sure you're in the clear.
  2. For those who want to hear the full song,here it is... Im glad that Mitch kept some of the original game music in this chase theme.
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