Something has happened. Artists are seen as failures unless they submerge sharks in formaldehyde and because of the hype can sell their works for millions. Science isn’t valued unless it’s re-packaged as a glossy BBC production with swooping shots of glaciers and a score that
Music 4.5 asks: If we were to create the licensing infrastructure from scratch today, how should it be built?
Kirsty Hawkshaw, artist It all depends really from my part being a control freak when it comes to my music and who ‘owns it’. I’m all for the rights free one off payment fee but for a non exclusive usage of that music. If a
Charlotta Hedman How can you make sure rightsholders get paid for a piece of music if there is no easy way to actually identify a song? How do you know who to pay when Frank Sinatra’s My Way was actually written by Paul Anka, but