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Music Piracy

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Music Piracy

  1. 1. Music Piracy
  2. 2. What is it • Note down the different forms that piracy can take and feedback to the class.
  3. 3. Were you correct? According to the RIAA and other sources; • You make an MP3 copy of a song and using a file-sharing network, so that millions of other people can download it. • Download unauthorized copies of all the copyrighted music you want for free. • You pay a fee to join a file-sharing network that isn’t authorized to distribute or make copies of copyrighted music. Then you download unauthorized copies of all the music you want. • You transfer copyrighted music using an instant messenging service. • You have a computer with a CD burner, which you use to burn copies of music you have downloaded onto writable CDs for all of your friends. • Somebody you don’t even know e-mails you a copy of a copyrighted song and then you turn around and e-mail copies to all of your friends. • Remixing or mashing up music and distributing it online • Copyright
  4. 4. Impact • Songwriters, recording artists, audio engineers, computer technicians, talent scouts and marketing specialists, producers, publishers and countless others are affected by music piracy • The Institute for policy innovation places the annual loss at $12.5 billion dollars in losses to the U.S. economy as well as more than 70,000 lost jobs and $2 billion in lost wages to American workers.
  5. 5. Scope of the problem • Look at these stats by the RIAA • http://www.riaa.com/physicalpiracy.php?cont ent_selector=piracy-online-scope-of-the- problem
  6. 6. Is piracy a problem?? • It is argued that people who pirate music go on to purchase gig tickets, merch or download other songs. • Is piracy then a marketing tool? • Look at some of the responses of some artists https://www.upvenue.com/article/1590- musician-stances-on-music-piracy.html
  7. 7. Task • Now in small groups create the outline of a debate regarding piracy and the impact on audience and institution. • Further reading: • https://torrentfreak.com/piracy-and-the-music- industry-the-voices-of-artists-matter-101024/ • http://theconversation.com/how-piracy-is- changing-the-music-industry-landscape-31919