Monthly Archives: November 2013

Record Companies Should Give Up a Hard Won Right. Here’s Why.

When the recording industry was young there was a genuine concern that it might be strangled at birth by owners of popular songs, who might naturally wish to protect their sheet music sales and public performance fees from competition from … Continue reading

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The Cost of Granularity in Music Copyright

It might be just my very partial view on some high volume/low unit price markets, but it seems that at some point the cost of the granularity required for a royalty based remuneration system is just too high, and the … Continue reading

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