The copyright law has a “f


The copyright law has a “fair use” section. The last time I looked I believe fair use allowed one time use, for education, and only for a closed audience. However things still get muddy on fair use.

The suggestion that you avoid commercial music and go with royalty free/production music is very sound advice.

Considering all the flack over Napster and file sharing you have no guarentee that someone won’t take your production and send it around the world via internet, etc. At the rate things are going with the lawsuits over copyrighted music and video/film even the best intentions on your part probably won’t keep you and/or students and/or school from a gigantic hassle.

Look into royalty free/production music. Better safe than sorry. There have been several posts about this is the audio/sound section. You can probably get some good info there.

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