Democracy of sound follows the record collectors new left radicals and mere opportunists who took advantage of this gap in the law to copy and circulate sound recordings ultimately provoking the courts and congress to devise new rationales for protecting music from unauthorized reproduction in the 1960s the result was a robust expansion of . Alex sayf cummings provides a political and historical perspective on the rise of the information economy discusses rare and little known unreleased songs by the beatles which are potentially controversial because of their racial content. Alex sayf cummings is the author of democracy of sound 367 avg rating 72 ratings 12 reviews published 2013 alex sayf cummings is the author of democracy of sound 367 avg rating 72 ratings 12 reviews published 2013 alex sayf is currently reading behind the beautiful forevers life death and hope in a mumbai undercity . 3800805 members 1243781 ebooks new to ebookscom learn more. In democracy of sound alex sayf cummings uncovers the little known history of music piracy and its sweeping effects on the definition of copyright in the united states when copyright emerged only visual material such as books and maps were thought to deserve protection even musical compositions were not included until 1831
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