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AAD 650, Unit 9: Rights and Clearances

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Rights and Clearances
Unit 9:
I. Types of Licenses
2. Master Use License
3. Mechanical License
5. Blanket License
4. Compulsory Mechanical License
http://www.artistshousemusic.org/videos/explaining+the+compulsory+mechanical+license+provision
http://www.artistshousemusic.org/videos/the+difference+between+ascap+and+bmi
WATCH: Todd Brabec on the difference between ASCAP and BMI
WATCH: About the Harry Fox Agency
http://www.artistshousemusic.org/videos/about+the+harry+fox+agency
II. Small Rights and Grand Rights in Musical Compositions
(i) performance of an entire "dramatico-musical work." For example a performance of the musical play Oklahoma would be a dramatic performance.
(ii) performance of one or more musical compositions from a "dramatico-musical work" accompanied by dialogue, pantomime, dance, stage action, or visual representation of the work from which the music is taken. For example a performance of "People Will Say We're In Love" from Oklahoma with costumes, sets or props or dialogue from the show would be dramatic.
(iii) performance of one or more musical compositions as part of a story or plot, whether accompanied or unaccompanied by dialogue, pantomime, dance, stage action or visual representation. For example, incorporating a performance of "If I Loved You" into a story or plot would be a dramatic performance of the song.
(iv) performance of a concert version of a "dramatico-musical work." For example, a performance of all the songs in Oklahoma even without costumes or sets would be a dramatic performances.”
Small Rights Use of a Composition
III. Performing Rights Societies and Licensing Agencies
IV. The Cost of Clearances
http://www.artistshousemusic.org/videos/the+difference+between+ascap+and+bmi
WATCH: Todd Brabec on the difference between ASCAP and BMI
http://www.artistshousemusic.org/videos/the+difference+between+ascap+and+bmi
WATCH: Todd Brabec on the difference between ASCAP and BMI
WATCH: About the Harry Fox Agency
http://www.artistshousemusic.org/videos/about+the+harry+fox+agency
WATCH: About the Harry Fox Agency
http://www.artistshousemusic.org/videos/about+the+harry+fox+agency
WATCH: About the Harry Fox Agency
http://www.artistshousemusic.org/videos/about+the+harry+fox+agency
1. Sync Licenses
(Compulsory License Rate in 2013 = 9.1 cents per copy)
http://www.prsformusic.com/
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