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38 minutes ago, Ray Kimber said:

This article came across my news feed this morning.  The thought occurred to me that any DCI Show has a mixture of Intellectual Property possibilities.  IIRC there was a corps who marched in silence for a portion of their program  https://www.prosoundweb.com/intellectual-property-or-not-who-really-owns-your-console-show-file/

Ouch... then there was the rights issues of Stetson Richmonds recordings from 50s and 60s. Copies had floated on the web for years but it wasn’t until DCW bought the rights to the recordings themselves that DCW could sell. 

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Many posts ago someone invited me to attend an event in Texas in July.  I replied my acceptance of the offer, but I haven't noticed any email or other contact from the person who posted the invitation.   If possible could that person contact me?  ray@kimber.com

with kind regards,

Ray

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10 hours ago, Ray Kimber said:

Many posts ago someone invited me to attend an event in Texas in July.  I replied my acceptance of the offer, but I haven't noticed any email or other contact from the person who posted the invitation.   If possible could that person contact me?  ray@kimber.com

with kind regards,

Ray

You probably won't hear from them because it is likely they will not embrace what you have to say. 

The words "it is over their technical heads"comes to mind here. 

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Oh, ok.   Bye!

 

can this thread end?   

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