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pseudowrshp
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Posted - May 12 2019 : 9:25PM
Who decides what music is to be used for a porn video? Could anyone tell me how to contact producers for Twisty's, girlfriends.xxx, Girlsway, or DDF Productions, for example? I'm particularly interested in producers in Prague and Amsterdam. See my profile.


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Posted - May 14 2019 : 2:46AM
Seeing that you've given so little information yourself, what efforts have you made to find the contact information? Have you not started with the websites "Contact Us" page?
pseudowrshp
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Posted - May 21 2019 : 8:41PM
I've just updated my profile, so more information about me can be found there. I'm a new member, and I'm assuming that my profile can be viewed by other members. My outlook address is:
I'm always searching for contact information, but most sites list only contacts for customer services for their own members who are having technical problems, etc. I don't see any contact information at all for Twisty's, DDF or girlfriends.xxx. It's almost like groping in the dark to reach the production department of a porn company! Must be a very closed world. But I'll keep trying.

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Posted - May 22 2019 : 2:58AM
I guess you haven't done cold calling much. Why not try the customer services line and ask if they can redirect you to the production team?

On your profile, why have you linked videos on your Google Drive but then restricted access? In a position where you appear to be using it as a portfolio and trying to show off your work, restricting access to a prospective client won't encourage them. With the ladies you mentioned on your profile, is what I assume to be the video footage your original content or video footage you took from other sources with or without their permission? If it's the latter and you're adding your music for commercial gain, I doubt this practice complies with "fair use" policies. If the videos contain nudity, that won't sit well with Google either.

pseudowrshp
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Posted - May 26 2019 : 9:28PM
I wasn't aware that I had restricted access on my Google Drive. How do I make access unrestricted? I've sent these videos to a few friends, but I want anyone on this smartbuydisc.ru to be able to access them. If anyone emails me though, I'm pretty sure I can successfully send them the link. (I'm new at all this, and I appreciate your questions and advice.)
[MOD: Tube Sites removed], and the Sophia Knight video was produced by Twisty's. I added my music to these videos with MicroSoft Moviemaker. As I explain in my profile, these videos are only intended as demos to illustrate possibilities how my music might be used, and they are not meant to be uploaded or sold commercially. Am I still violating the owners' copyright to the videos if I state this disclaimer? I'm not clear on many aspects of copyright laws. I do know however, about my own copyrights to the music. Neither is being used for profit, in any case. It would probably be safer and easier to just list urls for a few songs, but the videos are a lot more direct, don't you think?
The videos definitely do contain nudity. Both videos are only of the ladies by themselves. So far, I haven't received any warnings from Google. Can I expect that? What other large-file uploaders/file-senders could you recommend where nudity wouldn't be a problem?
No, I haven't done any cold calling. That's because I haven't been able to find any contact information, email address or telephone number for the websites I'd like to contact. Customer services are for technical problems, and are apparently for their members only.

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Posted - May 26 2019 : 10:51PM
MOD:
The videos have been removed from your profile. You can't link to them here as you are illegally acting as a distributor since you don't hold the copyright for the video material nor do you have permission from the copyright holder for the video material.
pseudowrshp
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Posted - May 27 2019 : 8:11PM
Ok, I accept your decision. I wasn't exactly clear about the copyright regulations, and since the videos were not intended for profit, I thought it might be all right. My apologies. I won't do it again.
I do want to come into contact with producers who might consider using my music to accompany their videos. Would it be permissible to include urls to a couple of my songs in my profile? Or would that be considered advertising?
 
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Posted - May 27 2019 : 8:32PM
As long as it is just your music, yes that is okay.
 
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Posted - May 28 2019 : 5:25PM
If you would like an honest suggestion...
To begin with, don't steal movies or use tube sites, producers justifiably aren't impressed when people take their hard work for free, just like you would be if you found people had just taken your compositions.
Make an MP3 demo track of some of your compositions. Contact some independent producers on Twitter. Ask if they are interested in listening to your demo track. Be polite and nice, remember, they are doing you a favor.
If any are interested, offer a content trade, where you will score a scene for them. They get the composition for free but you get the ability to use the scene to promote your compositions. Do a few of these, which now gives you a set of videos that you have the rights to use and a resume composing for the industry.
At this point, you start contacting bigger producers with your demo videos and resume and see if there is interest.
Do get to know the work of the person you are contacting. You can rent videos at places like HotMovies, Adult Empire, etc so there is no reason to steal from a tube site.
This isn't guaranteed to work.
pseudowrshp
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Posted - May 30 2019 : 8:00PM
It was never my intention to steal the videos and try to resell them; they were free downloads from Pornhub. I had added my music to them with MicroSoft MovieMaker; the first time I had ever added music to a film. That was quite a novelty for me, so I stupidly posted them here. My bad, and I agree. Anyway, since that's settled, I have some questions about what I can include in my profile.
I have all my music on Spotify and SoundCloud. Are those links permissible? If someone writes me, can I include those links in my reply?
The object of my illegal video was to demonstrate how a particular song of mine would be appropriate as accompanying music for a certain kind of scene. Is it allowed to include the Pornhub link to the particular clip in my profile, or in a response? (I've read in XBiz there's some resentment in the industry against Pornhub because it's mostly free. I thought they had reached an agreement over free and paid content, however.)
Thanks very much for your advice. I appreciate the time for your consideration. My main problem since i started looking into getting my music in an adult movie has been finding the producers in the industry. An email address, a phone number, anything. That information isn't on, for example, Twisty's webpage, or most any others I've searched. Someone told me to join AdultDVDTalk so that I might possibly come in contact with a production team. I'll sign up on Twitter, but finding the right people I'll need to talk to will be the same problem.
 
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Posted - May 30 2019 : 8:31PM
We don't allow links to tube sites.
At this point, it sounds like you need to research the industry more. If you don't know who the people involved in it are, you won't get far.

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Posted - May 31 2019 : 3:02AM
Some advice if I may. I've made this mistake myself in the past with the terminology but there is a big difference between free porn and porn that you can acquire without paying where the rights holder has not authorized or approved it.

Even when porn is available for free i.e. authorized by its owner for you to view or download at no fee, that is subject to you agreeing not to edit or otherwise modify the content without the rights holder's permission.

pseudowrshp
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Posted - Jun 1 2019 : 10:23PM
So that means no links to Spotify, SoundCloud, or YouTube? How about Dropbox?
Yes, I certainly know I have to do more research on the industry. That's what I'm trying to do right now - find out who some of the producers are.
pseudowrshp
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Posted - Jun 1 2019 : 10:26PM
Yes, I understand that now.
 
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Posted - Jun 2 2019 : 12:28PM
You can link to them as long as you own the content you are linking to.
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pseudowrshp
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Posted - Jun 6 2019 : 9:29PM
I've updated my profile, and included links to two of my songs on YouTube, SoundCloud and Spotify. I own the content, so I hope this is ok.
pseudowrshp
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Posted - Jun 8 2019 : 8:09PM
I just updated my profile, and included YouTube, SoundCloud and Spotify links to two of my songs. After asking the moderator about it, I guess this is permissible. They've not been removed, in any case. Anybody who'd want to listen would have to copy the links into their search engine, and I doubt that they'd go to the trouble. I'm sure that producers aren't out looking for music to begin with, since they already have their own people, and musicians are a dime a dozen.
I still believe my songs would be appropriate especially for solo girl videos because I've heard some very nice soundtracks with that niche. Both Tracy Lindsay's and Jana Mrazcova's videos have had some classy jazz added by their producers. The songs I've posted are easy-listening jazz instrumentals that are meant to create a cool, relaxed atmosphere.



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