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Título: Bastards and Booties: Production, Copyright, and the Mashup Community
Palabras clave: Arte
Mashup
mash-up
bootleg
copyright
remix
Editorial: Sociedad de Etnomusicología
Descripción: Mashups, also known as bootlegs or bastard pop, epitomize current changes in the production of, and interaction with, popular culture. Mashup artists utilize computer technology to remix and reshape the culture around them, and to build and maintain community. By looking at the history of the mashup genre, the dispersed nature of the mashup community, the production techniques used by mashup producers, and the impacts of copyright law, this article demonstrates that the mashup genre and the worldwide community of its fans and producers are on the cutting edge of popular music, technology, and copyright.
Other Identifiers: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=82220947009
Aparece en las Colecciones:Trans. Revista Transcultural de Música

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