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Derivative work

Derivative work

If you sing a cover song and change something about the track (whether it be lyrics, timing, key), your cover has now become a derivative work. Think of it as deriving from another piece of music and, therefore, become something new. You will ALWAYS need permission to do these.

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Music Business Past vs. Present

There is a new trend in the music business that has record labels sweating in the boardroom. This new trend is called ìDo It Yourselfî (D.I.Y.) . With Digital Technology anyone can start a record label and have a personal studio on their computer. There are a number of free or (very inexpensive) studio recording software applications that allow an artist to record and distribute their own material without the help or control of any other record label.

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Music For The Restless Mind

This article is about music therapy and how it can be used as treatment for people with anxiety. Music’s history is indeterminable but it was believed that it was primary used by primitive people as a means to contact the spirit world and induce a feeling of wellness to people.

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