Part Three: §115 of the U.S. Copyright Act Overrides Controlled Composition Clause? – An In-Depth Examination of the Controlled Composition Clause.

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Part Two: §115 of the U.S. Copyright Act Overrides Controlled Composition Clause? - The Evolution of the Mechanical Royalty.

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Part One: §115 of the U.S. Copyright Act Overrides Controlled Composition Clause? - Welcome to the Digital Revolution..

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Discussing New Media & Technology at Grammy Event

Embracing New Media & Technology at Grammy Event

On June 4th, 2010, David Beame was invited to speak at the Florida Chapter of the National Academy for the Recording Arts and Sciences (the organization that hosts the Grammy Awards). The panel, entitled “Brave New World: Music in the E-Marketplace” explored the use of new technologies and […]

Broken record: Why labels’ new album format is good for all

In response to an article on CNET News by Greg Sandoval on July 27, 2009.

In the world of music downloads, digital music sales consist primarily of single song purchases. Technology made possible the deconstruction of the music album – creating consumers that would only purchase their favorite tunes from an artist on a song-by-song basis. […]