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Copycat Crimes

Feature | Topic: Copyright, Sampling | Music Technology, Sep 1988

Sampling and the law: where do you stand when you plug your record deck or CD player into your sampler? David Bradwell investigates the legal position and the attitudes of the music industry.

Copyright or Copycat

Feature | Topic: Copyright, Music Business | One Two Testing, Feb 1985

how it works

Copyrighting your songs

Feature | Topic: Copyright | Music UK, May 1983

Copyrighting your songs by Lorna Read (who nicked the idea)

Copyrights & Wrongs - Part 2

Feature Series | Topic: Copyright, Sampling | Music Technology, Nov 1992

Ignore them at your peril!

Copyrights & Wrongs - Part 1

Feature Series | Topic: Copyright, Music Business | Music Technology, Oct 1992

The big deal in the small print

Protection Racket

Feature | Topic: Copyright, Music Business | Making Music, Sep 1986

In depth question and answer session on the musician's worst nightmare.

Song Guard

Feature | Topic: Copyright, Music Business | Making Music, Nov 1987
How To Copyright
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Rights On

News | Topic: Copyright, Music Business | Making Music, Dec 1987

Sample Shop

Review | Topic: Copyright, Sampling | Sound On Sound, Jun 1993

Resident 'DJ' Wilf Smarties gives a new batch of CDs a spin.



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