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Well, this is nothing new, and it has happened always. Check out the book, Theft: A History of Music, which gives you many, many examples of all eras of music, jazz, blues, rock, classical, gospel, all the way to its origins. In all eras people have copied, stolen, taken inspiration from, reinterpreted, reimagined, borrowed, etc etc etc, music from other people, and it was fine, people still created more and more. It was just until the coming of Copyright law that this became a problem, just to a few, in their profits.

Also check out the objectives of copyright law, it has never been to protect the profits of artists or to even credit them properly.

https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20080228/003450379.shtml

--- level 6. chichilcitlalli.2 years ago·

Overlaps with remake culture.


Remix culture, sometimes read-write culture, is a term describing a society that allows and encourages derivative works by combining or editing existing materials to produce a new creative work or product.[1]

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AQ-561:  time war is the true apocalypse; microsoft internet explorer;[]

  • the egirlification pipeline; shiz yourself to own the libs;

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  • a very cool christmas; power of persuasion; we are the music makers;
  • statistical mechanics; i'd give my life for you; innocent of all things;
  • reactionary feminism; because sound is slow;

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  1. Remixing Culture And Why The Art Of The Mash-Up Matters on Crunch Network by Ben Murray (Mar 22, 2015)
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