Subject: Re: observing methodologies / PAE
From: jan.larsson (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jul 29 1999 - 08:35:33 EDT
At 12.59 +0200 99-07-29, KEVIN AUSTIN wrote:
>(Please see the CEC site for some existing forms.) It is felt that the
>composer needs to consent to having their piece in a public venue, where
>it is possible to be copied.
Perhaps some of the formats developed for commercial music
distribution over the net can be used to set a time-limit
after which you cannot listen to the file. Some of them also
encodes a watermark in the audio part for extra security.
Liquid Audio, SDMI, Microsoft and so on...
You can at least limit the risk to the same level as a
radio broadcast with these technologies. Watermarking
may add some extra security.
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