Yes you can. I made the tools for composers, designers or artists to use in this way and it is absolutely fine
It's also okay to use the demo tunes and art work in your own pieces too. They are there for that purpose as demos which you can modify to use to make your own pieces. You can copyright your own tunes and artwork made by modifying the ones that come with these programs. You can't copyright the ones that come with the programs - but have my permission to use them.
I reserve the right to introduce a commercial licenses in the future. However, I haven't done so yet, and if I do ever do it, all existing owners will be granted commercial licenses automatically, in line with my commitment to never charge for upgrades for existing users.
The installers are freely distributable. You may include the setup progams on any CD compilation. You may not sell the evaluation copy or charge for it beyond a reasonable fee to cover copying it. You may not charge for other users to use the programs themselves. You can however charge for support for the programs if you are assisting users to work with them in particular ways. If you wish to use the programs themselves in a commercial fashion (rather than music or art made with them), or use the programs themselves to promote other commercial products, please contact me first to discuss ideas or make arrangements.
You need additional permsssion if you want to run run the programs commercially to make music or art that changes dynamically e.g. to play a web site fractal tune that changes each time you visit the site, or a background tune that changes in response to events, or the like. Such uses are fine if there is no commercial or advertising element involved - be sure to contact me if unsure about the situation.
I hope this is reasonably clear. If you have any questions or want anything particular clarified then let me know. Robert Walker - email@example.com
(This is not to be considered as a legal document, but is just information to help FTS users understand how I see the situation).
It is fine to use Tune Smithy in association with music therapy, and on the
whole I am delighted to see it used in this way and to know that individuals
are being benefited through the use of my program. However there are some
conditions I would like to give as guidelines to help make sure that the
program is used in a way that I feel is acceptable. Most users of the program should have no problems with these conditions.
You may not attibute to use of Tune Smithy claims of health benefits not supported by research results, particularly extreme health benefits (cure of cancer etc). You may not represent your own healing ideas as those of the author of Tune Smithy. If your health method involves broadcasting music using Tune Smithy itself in real time, or if you use such methods for free to promote your products or with other advertising aims, you need my permission.
You may not advertise Tune Smithy in spam e-mail or unsolicited e-mails, nor in letters or phone calls to private individuals who haven't asked to be notified about your health programs. You may not use Tune Smithy to promote a healing method that involves treating clients via e-mail whose physical condition you know nothing about. If at all unsure, simply contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure that the use of Tune Smithy with your healing method is acceptable.
The particular way that the Lambdoma is presented in the Lambdoma Music Therapy task in Tune Smithy is done with Barbara Hero's permission, approval and overview. The four quadrants, the use of the drone, the colour coding, and the association with Lissajous pattern are all her ideas.
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