Most music fans in 2014 can’t imagine a fight breaking out between the notes written on a musical score and the digital recording of a vocalist singing those notes. That’s a stupid distinction – and it would be weird fight to watch. To most listeners, it’s just…the melody. Without Frank Sinatra, the intro to “New […]

It’s nice to see iTunes and Rhapsody playing nicely with the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America) in the joint filing of “Settlement 115”, an April 2012 proposal to the US Copyright Royalty board outlining specifics of how musicians should be compensated for new digital innovations such as “content lockers” (i.e. storing your playlists in […]