Stuart James Bush
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Mon Apr 2 21:16:17 EST 2007
For the life of me, I can't seem to find my original reply to this e-
mail. Basically, quick answer, in school its fine, out of school, its
Finding royalty-free music to begin with or having students create
their own music would be a much better approach.
I've seen students create work thats been accepted into ATOM and have
struggled to find suitable music to replace their original chosen
music. At university level, all music used needs to be created or
have direct written permission by artist. Now that podcasting is
more and more popular, there are more artists that create "podsafe"
music. Again, students would have to approach the artist directly.
If you need further info about COPYRIGHT, contact your Library AV
person, they should be able to provide current documentation.
Things are always changing, so keep posted!
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