1 If I create a song that uses a freesound sample, others can only use said song in some kind of remix, right?
2 If I post samples here, am I later required to follow CC license(for the sample)? For example will my own works need to be CC licensed? I mean, say, I release a sample and then I make a song with the sample, but I want to keep all rights (to the song not the sample).(I really like this site and probably wouldn't want to do this, but...)
Not a complete answer: Creative Commons licenses are there for the general public. You have to see it like a milder sort of "copyright". If you'd release a sample under full copyrights, that doesn't mean people can't go and negotiate with you so they can use it in their works. CC is less strict, in its mildest form even (Attribution only) people can take the sample and do anything they want with it, including using it in fully copyrighted works.
But even when you use an Attribution-No Commercial license, people can contact you and ask if they can use it for a commercial product anyway and pay you for it or anything.
And since you are always negotiating with yourself you can create a CC licensed sample and still use that sample in a copyrighted song (as you gave yourself permission to do so).
Hope this is clear already.
a perfect explanation by nemoDaedalus!
I think regarding your 1st question you retain the copyright on your song's arrangement and all the other ORIGINAL samples in it.
But if someone wants to use one of the samples from freesound that you also used in a song they could because you don't have control over
OK. Thanks. I am a computer programmer who use GNU license alot. It stipulates that further works also carry it(GNU). So I got a little confused and thought songs created with CC samples had to be under CC. Which it does not say that.(In CC under "7. Miscellaneous b" is what confused me.)
The wordings confusing but I think the "Work" is referring to the sample your using.
Just to clarify there are different CC Licenses, so don't think that's the case with everything else you see out there that is CC on other sites.
I think for example, CC Share Alike licenses force you to share your whole work in the same way.