|GM Arts Copyright Notice|
There are 2 sections on this page. The first section covers direct copying of information presented on my website. The second section covers copying design ideas presented on my website. If it is necessary to contact me to seek business arrangements, please be assured I have no unrealistic expectations of disproportional profits. My approach is for a common-sense and fair share based on the proportion of my work, and I expect the same in return.
|(1) GM Arts Copyright - Web Page Information|
Under the following conditions, you can freely link (electronically or in any published work) to any page on my site. Also, you CAN copy segments of pages (a small number of paragraphs or tables) from my currently active website, provided:
If you copy information from my site in this manner, it would be courteous to let me know.
If you wish to do more, such as any of the following:
You MUST contact me to seek my approval and make appropriate business arrangements.
Simply, you can't copy information in any manner that does not meet the guidelines above. Specifically, information must not be copied and reproduced as your own work and/or sold without my permission.
|(2) GM Arts Copyright - Design Ideas|
Designs on my site, past and present, include partial and full schematics as well as conceptual design ideas. They also include the design and coding of the GM Arts website and pages. These generally fall into one of 3 categories and in most cases are clearly identified. If you are not sure, please contact me for clarification.
Where I've shown someone else's design (such as a partial circuit of a popular overdrive schematic), copyright for these designs belong to the manufacturer, so you should contact them for their conditions.
Where I've shown a common or popular design or convention, well known in the industry (such as how to implement coil-tap switching on guitar pickups), I have no copyright interest, rights or conditions for these. They are well known and can be used by anyone.
Where I've presented new ideas not in common or popular use (such as coil tap linking for guitar pickups):