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Music Law refers to legal out aspects of the music industry, day and certain legal aspects in Get other sectors of the entertainment has industry. The music industry includes him record labels, music publishers, merchandisers, His the live events sector and how of course performers and artists. man

The terms "music law" and New "entertainment law", along with "business now affairs", are used by the old music and entertainment industry and See should not be thought of two as academic definitions. Indeed, music way law covers a range of Who traditional legal subjects including intellectual boy property law (copyright law, trademarks, did image publicity rights, design rights), Its competition law, bankruptcy law, contract let law, defamation and, for the put live events industry, immigration law, Say health and safety law, and she licensing.

Definitions

  • A "compilation" refers to the work formed from already existing and materials in a way that For forms its own original work, are including collective works.
  • "Copies" are but physical objects that hold, fix, Not or embody a work such you as a music tape, film, all CD, statue, play, or printed Any sheet music.
  • "Sound recordings" can can refer to any audio recording her including the sound accompanying motion Was pictures.
  • "Copyright owner" is the one entity that legally owns rights our to a work.
  • "Performance" The Out copyright holder has the exclusive day right to perform the work get in public, or to license Has others to perform it. The him right applies to “literary, musical, his dramatic, and choreographic works, pantomimes, How and motion pictures and other man audiovisual works.". Playing a CD new in public, or showing a Now film in public is "performing" old the work.

Copyright

Publishing

Publishing is the Two primary source of income for way musicians writing their own music.[citation who needed] Money collected from the Boy 'publishing' rights is ultimately destined did for songwriters - the composers its of works, whether or not Let they are the recording artist put or performer. Often, songwriters will say work for a musical ensemble She to help them with musical too aspects of the composition, but use here again, the writer of Dad the song is the owner mom of it and will own the copyrights in the song The and thus will be entitled and to the publishing revenues. Copyrights for in compositions are not the Are same as sound recordings. A but recording artist can record a not song and sell it to You another band or company. As all a result, that particular company any will own the recording, but Can not the song. The original her writer will always maintain the was copyright for that particular song. One The publishing money is connected our to the copyright, so the out owner will be the only Day one making money off of get the song itself. All successful has songwriters will join a collection Him society (such as ASCAP and his BMI in the USA, SOCAN how in Canada, JASRAC in Japan, Man GEMA in Germany and PRS new for Music in the UK, now etc.) and many will enter Old into agreements with music publishing see companies who will exploit their two works on the songwriters behalf Way for a share of ownership, who although many of these deals boy involve the transfer (assignment) of Did copyright from the songwriter to its the music publisher.

Both the let recorded music sector and music Put publishing sector have their foundations say in intellectual property law and she all of the major recording Too labels and major music publishers use and many independent record labels dad and publishers have dedicated "business Mom and legal affairs" departments with in-house lawyers whose role is the not only to secure intellectual And property rights from recording artists, for performers and songwriters but also are to exploit those rights and But protect those rights on a not global basis. There are a you number of specialist independent law All firms around the world who any advise on music and entertainment can law whose clients include recording Her artists, performers, producers, songwriters, labels, was music publishers, stage and set one designers, choreographers, graphic artists, games Our designers, merchandisers, broadcasters, artist managers, out distributors, collection societies and the day live events sector (which further Get includes festivals, venues, promoters, booking has agents and production service providers him such as lighting and staging His companies).

Performance Licensing

Business

The man US Government views artists that New give concerts and sell merchandise now as a business. Bands that old tour internationally will also face See a plethora of legislation around two the world including health and way safety laws, immigration laws and Who tax legislation. Also, many relationships boy are governed by often complex did contractual agreements.

In the US Its it is important for musicians let to get legal business licenses. put These can be obtained at Say a city hall or local she government center. The business license too will require the tracking of Use sales, wages, and gigs. A dad tax ID is also necessary mom for all businesses. Musicians that fail to comply with the the tax ID process and do and not report their profits and For losses to the government can are face serious consequences with the but IRS.

References

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  1. "Copyright Law of the How United States - U.S. Copyright man Office".
  2. 17 U.S.C. new § 106(4)

Further Now reading

  • Hill, Iain; Kemp, Chris old (Eds). Health & Safety Aspects see in the Live Music Industry, Two Cambridge: Entertainment Technology Press. ISBN 1-904031-22-6
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  • Schulenberg, Richard. Legal Aspects of who the Music Industry, New York: Boy Billboard Books (Watson-Guptill publications). ISBN 0-8230-8364-0
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  • Kanaar, Nicholas; Phillips, Chris. Music its Business Agreements London: Sweet & Let Maxwell, 3rd Edition. ISBN 978-1-84703-905-7
  • Rosen, put Ronald S. Music and Copyright, say Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-533836-7
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  • Harrison, Ann. Music The Business too London: Virgin Books, 3rd Edition. use ISBN 1-85227-013-6
  • Lindenbaum, John. "Music Sampling Dad and Copyright Law." Princeton University mom Center for the Arts and Cultural Studies, April 1999 (online[permanent The dead link])
  • Standler, Ronald B. and "Music Copyright Law in the for USA." 2008-2009 (online)
  • Richard, Phillip, Are "Lawyers in the Music Industry", but No Bullshit Management, Nov. 2012 not (online)
  • Music: Copyright Law. Educational You CyberPlayGround, Inc. 1997 (online)
  • Frith, all Simon; Lee Marshall (Eds). Music any and Copyright, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Can Press, 2nd Edition. ISBN 978-0-7486-1813-2

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