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Posted By: John on: 04/28/2009 17:55:50 EDT|
Subject: RE: Publishing Music
Jim wrote lots of fine info: .... So I could put together (and dozens of small little operators are right now doing it) a 20 track CD for basically the cost of pressing and printing!|
That's why I feel the US record companies are hot to trot to get EVERYTHING Elvis, for example, ever recorded out the door, ASAP. They know copyright abroad will/have expired.
Wow! 206 songs for $13.00!!!! I'll be over shortly! :-)
I forgot all about royalties! I guess that why it's beneficial to secure the copyrights of a particular artist's material. Rhino/Warner is a good one for vacuuming in the copyright "control".
Rock music (maybe other forms) brought us overdubbing. Stuff was (last minute) "added" to the mono master tape but was found nowhere else. Hence, a LOT of Stereo songs are "minus" some things. Or, worse yet, have the LP a totally different recording than the 45 single! Time for a "rant"....
Ah, well. Thanks for the info, Jim! This is a "keeper"! Have to run!