MyBytes

On the MyBytes site, explore issues of creative content, intellectual property, and copyright law as they relate to digital artists working in film, gaming, music, and other creative industries. Includes music mixing tool that lets you improvise tracks and determine
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On the MyBytes site, explore issues of creative content, intellectual property, and copyright law as they relate to digital artists working in film, gaming, music, and other creative industries. Includes music-mixing tool that lets you improvise tracks and determine what rights to assign to your work, interviews with students and working professionals on related topics, polls, a music showcase, and similar resources.

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