Trademarks belong to their respective owners
All product names, trademarks and registered trademarks / copyrights are properties of their respective owners. All company, product and service names used in this website are for identification purposes only. Use of these names, trademarks / copyrights and brands does not imply endorsement.
Including, but not limited to…
Apple, Mac, MacBook and Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC) are trademarks / copyrights of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Monkey’s Audio (APE) is a trademark / copyright of Matt Ashland.
Direct Stream Digital (DSD) is a trademark / copyright of Sony and Philips.
Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC) is/was developed by Xiph.Org Foundation, Josh Coalson, Erik de Castro Lopo.
MIDI is a trademark / copyright of The MIDI Association.
MPEG Layer 3 (MP3) (by the Moving Picture Experts Group) and the MP3 logo are/were trademarks / copyrights of Technicolor and Fraunhofer IIS.
Amiga and the Amiga logo are trademarks / copyrights of Amiga, Inc.
The True Audio Codec (TTA) and the TTA Logo are trademarks /copyrights of Tau Software.
WavPack (WV) is a trademark / copyright of David Bryant
Who owns the trademarks?
All trademarks / copyrights cited herein are the property of their respective owners. Please refer to the caption of said images for more information, where applicable.
What about the artists on the front page?
I’ve personally asked the artists for written permission to display their album / cover arts, illustrations, album and song titles. It really has been a blissful experience to receive support from such talented, kind and humble people – for which I’m eternally grateful. If you have the time, please check out their work – being a fan of their music I recommend them wholeheartedly.
Is Colibri affiliated with trademark / copyright holders?
Only where it is explicitly stated (for example, in case of an endorsement) – otherwise, the answer is no.
Why does this website show other companies’ logos?
Logos and trademarks are shown for better visual identification of related information – as in the case of listing the major Audio File Formats that Colibri supports. Displaying the names of audio codecs in written form are necessary, there is no doubt about that. However, to better differentiate between them visually and also to provide a higher level of aesthetic – the website uses the logos associated with said file formats.
Takedown Notice / Cease and Desist
If for some reason said behavior is unacceptable by the copyright / trademark holders, please contact me and I shall remove any infringing material that is publicly displayed.