Who Owns Your Live Recording?

Petersen, George
July 2004
Mix;Jul2004, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p10
Comments on developments in live recordings of music performances. Availability of high-speed CD burners that allow fans to make legal, high-quality recordings of concerts; Instant Live LLC's acquisition of a patent covering a system of creating digital recordings of live performances; Question of whether similar patents could be extended to companies that offer onsite duplication of lectures or seminars.


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