4. record labels and permissions

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4. record labels and permissions

  1. 1.  These are companies who distribute and manufacture recorded music and find ways to promote that music.  There are two different versions of record labels:  Independent which doesn’t have a corporate backing  Major labels are larger corporations often owned by a parent company like Sony.  I’ve decided to start my artist at an independent record label because most artists start of at independent.
  2. 2.  This started of as a shop in London during the 1970’s and during the 70’s it got it break to help own record for the first time when a French Punk group called Metal Urbain came in asking for publicising their music.  By 1991 the label went bust and had to close down ,but was relaunched in 2000  Since it started it’s had musicians and groups such as the Smiths and the Strokes and they have specialised in artists of various genres.
  3. 3.  This gives the record label the exclusive permission to make copies of the video or audio under the copyright law.  No else can do this to there work otherwise this will be seen as piracy and stealing.
  4. 4.  From this I have learnt that if you see any form of information on the packaging of the CD you buy is not to copyright it.  I’ve also learnt that once the logo is put onto a piece of merchandise that the company sells the buyer’s aren’t allowed to make copies for themselves and that if you want a second you’re going to have to buy it again.

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