Legal Crap

VST™ is a trademark of Steinberg Soft- und Hardware GmbH.

AudioMulch is copyright ©1997-2002 Ross Bencina

The contents of the Tiny God web site, including all original images, text, and software, are copyright © 2001-2002 Russell Borogove.

Other intellectual properties which may have been mentioned on or linked from the site remain the property of their various owners, and I will take this opportunity to remind you one and all that gentlemen do not open negotiations via cease-and-desist letters.

Around these parts, "free" means "gratis" (Latin for "as in beer"), not "libre" (Latin for "as in speech"). Any software indicated as "free" on the web site is available for you to take and use more or less as you will. If you like it, or if you don't like it, please drop me an e-mail telling me so.

However, if you make music with it, and make that music available to others, I ask that you tell me that the music is available. That means if you sell CDs of your stuff, you tell me how to buy a CD; if you let people download MP3s for free, tell me where I can do the same.

The software may contain bugs, errors and other problems that could cause system or other failures and data loss. Consequently, it is provided to you as-is, and I disclaim any warranty or liability obligations of any kind, though I do make a good faith effort to avoid writing crappy code and to fix bugs.

If you wish to redistribute my free software, please distribute it in its original packaged .zip-file form, or another comparable archive format, along with its documentation.

You have the right to decompile, disassemble, reverse-engineer, and modify the software for personal research and for fair-use purposes such as adapting the software for interoperation with other systems. I don't believe that I can legally take this right away from you, though some large companies might try. If you'd like access to the source code, it's possible we can work something out; drop me a line.

You do not have the right to reverse-engineer or modify the program in order to violate my copyright on the software, e.g. to distribute a version with "the serial numbers filed off".