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Some record companies have even taken an ownership chunk of the services as revenue from legal streaming grows, reports say. Mixtapes are meant to build buzz. Creative Media Industries Institute. Major labels and the RIAA ended up suing those companies, too, effectively putting them out of business. At Georgia State, centuries-old trash reveals how Atlantans used to live. Or, like Soundcloud, it could ink formal deals to license copyrighted songs. In court documents, Spinrilla has indicated a settlement could be reached. Albums are intended to make money, and so are backed by the marketing muscle of a recording label.

The labels claim they never gave Spinrilla permission to host the music—or album covers—and never saw a dime in compensation. Privacy and Cookies Policy. Before the Atlanta-based hip-hop star achieved mainstream success, he was the most downloaded artist for three years on LiveMixtapes, another mixtape service. Creative Media Industries Institute. Both are collections of songs by an artist and, despite their analog-sounding names, are transmitted digitally. Or, McGhee says, the labels could simply purchase Spinrilla. Sunday, February 24, It has a following, after all.

Physician Profiles Custom Publication: Log into your account. When artists have added unauthorized songs and the labels complained, Spinrilla pulled down the content—more than times, the lawsuit says.

Before the Atlanta-based hip-hop star achieved mainstream success, he was the most downloaded artist for three years on LiveMixtapes, another mixtape service. In court documents, Spinrilla has indicated a settlement could be reached. Or, like Soundcloud, it could ink formal deals to license copyrighted songs. Or, McGhee says, the labels could simply purchase Spinrilla.

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Sunday, Sdason 24, Why the century-old attraction is anything but a monument to the Confederacy February 15, It also offered a third-party purchase option for some songs, he says, driving revenue for the record companies. Some record companies have even taken an ownership chunk of the services as revenue from legal streaming grows, reports say.

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Catherine Moore, who teaches music and technology at the University of Toronto, says Spinrilla could serve as a launchpad for new acts in exchange for leeway on licensing. Both are collections of songs by an artist and, despite their analog-sounding names, are transmitted digitally. Records, who once managed Future. Major labels and the RIAA ended up suing those companies, too, effectively putting them out of business. Albums are intended to make money, and so are backed by the marketing muscle of a recording label.

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The company makes its money by selling premium subscriptions and advertising. But now slimr more streaming services are paying royalties and labels are releasing their own mixtapes, McGhee says, the perspective has changed. But the Spinrilla case raises different issues.

Such agreements between labels and streaming services are not unusual, says Orlando McGhee, a music consultant and former executive at Warner Bros. The DIY nature of mixtapes is crucial to understanding the success of Spinrilla, a mixtape website and app founded in by Dylan Copeland after he left Georgia State University.

The spinrlla claim they never gave Spinrilla permission to host the music—or album covers—and never saw a dime in compensation.

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From their ashes sprung streaming music services such as Spotify and Pandora, which strike complex licensing deals with big labels to avoid running afoul of copyright laws. It has a following, after all. Mixtapes are meant to build buzz. This article originally appeared in our June issue.