Copyright is a legal concept, enacted by most governments, that grants the creator of an original work exclusive rights to its use and distribution, usually for a limited time, with the intention of enabling the creator of intellectual wealth to receive compensation for their work and be able to ...

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How do you accredit producers if you remix a remix?

If a producer remixes (b) a musical piece (a) by another producer, they are often (in my experience) accredited as follows: Original Producer - Original Title (a) (Remixing Producer's Remix (b)) ...
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Chord sequences cannot be copyrighted, really? [closed]

It is possible to see time to time a phrase that "Chord sequences cannot be copyrighted". I have nothing against (I do not own any chord sequences). However, could maybe somebody give the explanation ...
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Co-writing with others [closed]

I have been composing chords for my girlfriend's melodies, and recorded two CDs for her. She continues to tell everyone that she wrote the songs even tho' I composed the music to her melodies. I never ...
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Is the song 'Popcorn' free to use? [closed]

You sure know the song 'Popcorn' (link to wikipedia). I couldn't find out under what license this song is. Has the copyright already lapsed or do I have to pay for using it?
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Who can remix a song?

I'm thinking of trying to learn how to remix songs with GarageBand and similar applications. So far I'm a total noob, and I'm just wondering who is allowed remix what songs? Is anyone allowed to remix ...
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In jazz, can anyone play any song?

In Jazz a lot of people play and record songs from other jazz players/composers. For instance Mingus played a lot of songs by Duke. My question is this: Are those songs copyrighted? Can anyone play ...