[cc-licenses] Clarification needed regarding collective works & derivative works in the context of podcasts / dj mixes
lofi at freebsd.org
Fri Sep 15 21:56:45 EDT 2006
This is about music released under *-*-noderivs. Do downloadable
(podcasted) dj mixes (where one piece of music is usually crossfaded
into another, played at a different pitch than the original and the
pieces are usually not played in their entire length) constitute a
collective work or a derivative work?
If they are considered a derivative work, would playing the
noderivs-pieces of music at their original pitch, without
crossfading/mixing and in their entire length make it a collective work?
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