In this week’s installment of The Composer’s Guide, I’d like to broadly cover fair use: address some common misconceptions, look at a few examples, and offer some friendly (i.e., not-legal) advice. Misconceptions abound about what fair use is and how it can be applied. I’m sure we’ve all heard many of the myths about what […]
February 9th, 2012 by Dennis Tobenski | Type: StandardFiled Under: Blessays, Music Business, The Composer's Guide to Doing Business Tags: business, Composer's Guide, concert music, copyright, Doing Business, fair use, fairness, getting permission, Lady Gaga, music business, myths, parody, responsibility, rights, satire, Weird Al Comments are off for this post
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