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Chapter 15- Creative Commons

Into Chapter 15 of Steve Gordon’s “The Future of the Music Business, 2nd edition

All about licensing permits with the “CC” Creative Commons. What’s available to artist that want to sample this work? A dozen or so different licenses with Creative Commons.

In this chapter is an interview with Thomas Goetz of Wired Magazine who talks about a 16 track cd with songs from Chuck D and the Beastie Boys and talks about the effect of this and creative commons. That the technology that has brought about file sharing and digital downloads is being limited and controlled by the recording industry. The great way to learn about and sample new music is being brought to us in 30 sec clips.

not all rights reserved rather some rights reserved

bottom line no infringement for sampling but hey give credit where credit is due. You like what you heard, like what you used and changed? people like your work now? so hey where did that one track you borrowed come from?

I enjoyed reading about this and this sounds like a great idea for my paper: “Some rights reserved: A study of the laws of Creative Commons”

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