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For today’s reading, I went through Chapter 5 in Jessica Litman’s Digital Copyright.  There were a few powerful metaphors and comparisons here I found interesting for music.  First was the idea that “creating an unauthorized arrangement violates composers’ rights to create derivative works, regardless of whether the arrangement is publicly performed or commercially exploited…you break […]

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I had a number of takeaways from Jessica Litman’s opening chapters of “Digital Copyright”.  First, as a framing statement, I loved hearing about how conversations about copyright have evolved from simpler conversations about creators and consumers in the pre-1920s period to pretty much solely between stakeholders today.  While issues of songwriting in the 19th century […]

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This chart is from 2010 – I’d be curious what has changed since then? http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/2010/how-much-do-music-artists-earn-online/  

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