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Read our current issue: Volume 18, Issue 2 - Winter 2013-14

"Why Can't We Be Friends?" How Congress Can Work with the Private Sector to Solve the "Digital Sampling Conundrum"
By Drew B. Hollander
Recently, technological advancements have provided musicians with unprecedented digital access to the music libraries of the world. Today’s musicians are increasingly experimenting with advanced digital equipment, allowing them to easily record, distort, and manipulate any piece of digital music. Specifically, artists have made the practice of “digital sampling” - the process of taking a small portion of ...
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