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| Erstellt am 20.02.2007 - 16:20|| |
On February 2, 2007, Timbaland responded to the plagiarism accusations in an interview by the radio show Elliot in the Morning. In this interview, Timbaland admits to what he calls "sampling", but he also claims that sampling is "not stealing", because "everybody samples from everybody every day". Timbaland also says that the sample is "from a video game" and mentions the Commodore 64. He also says that he has no time for research and that it is sometimes impossible to "know what's public domain and what's not." Timbaland also calls the issue "ridiculous" but mentions that he is "in legal discussions" and therefore can't say much about it.
On February 9, Timbaland commented the issue as follows in an MTV interview:
"It makes me laugh. The part I don't understand, the dude is trying to act like I went to his house and took it from his computer. I don't know him from a can of paint. I'm 15 years deep. That's how you attack a king? You attack moi? Come on, man. You got to come correct. You the laughing stock. People are like, 'You can't be serious.'"
Also, ich gebe da Tim recht. Das ist wirklich nur gesample-t. Das hört sich überhaupt nicht an wie "Do it". Die Beat-Folge kann ja die selbe sein aber das sind komplett andere Instrumente.
Außerdem hört sich Timbalands besser an XP