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Return Of The De Minimis Exception In Digital Music Sampling: The Ninth Circuit's Recent Holding In Vmg Salsoul Improves Upon The Sixth Circuit's Holding In Bridgeport, But Raises Questions Of Its Own, Francesco Di Cosmo Jan 2017

Return Of The De Minimis Exception In Digital Music Sampling: The Ninth Circuit's Recent Holding In Vmg Salsoul Improves Upon The Sixth Circuit's Holding In Bridgeport, But Raises Questions Of Its Own, Francesco Di Cosmo

Washington University Law Review

Sampling is a musical production practice that has become increasingly common since the 1980s. A producer samples by copying a section of a sound recording and inserting it into the piece of music she is producing. The type of sound recording sampled by producers can vary vastly from piece to piece. Numerous pop and hip hop songs sample from songs of various genres (rock, classical music, or other pop songs, for example). Audio from a film, commercial, or speech may also be inserted into a song. Typically, the purpose of these samples is either to make use of the musical ...


Sampling The Circuits: The Case For A New Comprehensive Scheme For Determining Copyright Infringement As A Result Of Music Sampling, John S. Pelletier Jun 2012

Sampling The Circuits: The Case For A New Comprehensive Scheme For Determining Copyright Infringement As A Result Of Music Sampling, John S. Pelletier

Washington University Law Review

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A New Approach To An Entertainer's Right Of Performance, Amy R. Meltzer Jan 1982

A New Approach To An Entertainer's Right Of Performance, Amy R. Meltzer

Washington University Law Review

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New Copyright Act And The Classroom Use Of Videotaped Films, Francis M. Nevins Jr. Jan 1978

New Copyright Act And The Classroom Use Of Videotaped Films, Francis M. Nevins Jr.

Washington University Law Review

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