29th Jul 2021 | ONLINE | Copyright Considerations for Singing Teachers
Confused about copyright? You are not alone! Navigating the dos and don’ts of music copyright in the digital age is becoming increasingly difficult. Fortunately, this webinar will offer ANATS members a chance to better understand our rights and obligations. Catharine McBride from One Music will give an overview of copyright considerations specific to singing performers and teachers, with reference to the recently released copyright guidebook for music teachers. There will also be plenty of time to ask specific questions relating to the use of printed sheet music, backing tracks and other recorded materials, and any other specific copyright concerns.
29th July, 8-9:30pm AEST via Zoom. Register here
ANATS Members: Free
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OneMusic is an APRA AMCOS and PPCA joint licensing initiative launched in 2019. OneMusic Australia offers joint music licences so there is no longer any need for separate licence agreements, allowing music users to more seamlessly meet their copyright obligations for the commercial use of musical works, sound recordings and music videos.
Copyright is a federal law governed by the Copyright Act (1968). The Act exists to ensure that people who make creative content (musical, literary or dramatic works, and sound recordings and films) are able to protect their content.