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Sampling Without A License

Sampling Without A License

Sampling has been controversial from the very start. Supporters of the practice argue that artists sample songs they love and build on them to create their own sound. It is taking little pieces from a few different sources and making something new out of it. Those opposed to sampling, while...

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YouTube’s Music Pangs

YouTube’s Music Pangs

It’s been rumored for quite some time that Google is working on an on-demand music streaming service to be run through their video streaming service YouTube. With Spotify, Apple, and Deezer all growing their streaming services, and YouTube’s significant foothold in the industry, a streaming...

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Music Products, 2015

Music Products, 2015

Americans spend $21 per capita on music products, about as much as they spend...

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Shortchanging Covers

Shortchanging Covers

On February 5, 2015, the US Copyright Office released a comprehensive set of...

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Post-1978 Copyright Reversions

Post-1978 Copyright Reversions

2013 marked the first year that sound recording and musical composition...

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Fair Use: A Manual

Fair Use: A Manual

Fair use has always been a contentious concept. A great number of musicians,...

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2014: Year in Review

2014: Year in Review

Records and live performances define the state of the music market. 2014 was...

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A&R in a Digital Age

A&R in a Digital Age

A&R executives are being forced to change their game. This is in part...

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