“Copyright Infringement: Music”

  Many so-called music artists are not making any original material for several decades now. They “sample” sounds and vocal tracts usually from lesser known songs or artists. Some artists who weren’t able to monetize their music the first time around, are finally earning royalties due to newer artists stealing their material and having to sue them.   Mainstream popular music in the past two to three decades, have been suffering legal issues even though their songs are making profit. Due to the modern times where a music producer can add instrumental compositions, sounds, and specific vocals from limited formats … Continue reading “Copyright Infringement: Music”

What DEW (Digital Entertainment World) Taught Me About the Entertainment Industry

What many people are unfamiliar with, is that there was a three day (two and a half days) conference where business professionals in the entertainment industry came together in regards the next step ahead. There were lots of discussions about the future of gaming since that seems to be taking over the world since it’s interactive. Also, the music industry is in a slump due to music being offered for free online which is cutting in the way musicians and producers are no longer earning money for their hard work. There was a quote from one of the speakers during … Continue reading What DEW (Digital Entertainment World) Taught Me About the Entertainment Industry