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I have done a lot of research and I think my best option is to pay for an audio publisher with a storefront. It seems I need to get a license.
I am not familiar with this, so if someone could explain the process that would be appreciated.
When you think about how these things work and how bad Mac users are for it, you can't blame people for getting up in arms over these things.
But if you are using that project in the future, consider this.
Firstly, the App Store doesn't accept apps that are not mobile apps.
So that leaves you with about two choices.
The easy choice would be to host the project on a website that is only accessed through your computer. That means it's not really mobile because you don't have access to your phone. This is actually what I did.
The hard choice would be to write the project so that it can be moved onto a phone and accessed from there. Then you would have to submit it to the app store and hope for the best.
Either way you have to be well prepared. In the case of the website, you would have to make sure it works on as many devices as possible (or at least the most common ones). For the phone submission, you would have to submit to every device that the app may run on.
Stochastic dynamics of the activated complex revisited.
The stochastic dynamics of the activated complex was previously obtained for the case where the substrates or products are short-lived. The Markov approximation and the expression for the rate of complex formation/dissociation were derived. The results were shown to be in agreement with the earlier derivations by Muñoz et al. (J. Biol. Chem. 272: 12877-12880, 1997), and Klevecz et al. (Biophys. J. 78: 1477-1485, 2000). In this study, the stochastic dynamics of the activated complex are derived under the condition that all substrates and products are long-lived. The Markov approximation and the expression for the rate of complex formation/dissociation were derived. The result is in agreement with that of Muñoz et al. (J. Biol. Chem. 272: 12877-12880, 1997). However, the results presented in this study show that the expressions for the rate of complex formation/dissociation are somewhat different.The talk that made us love listening 0b46394aab